Protection Against Debt Collection Harassment

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Are you regularly harassed by debt collectors? You find yourself regularly receiving unwanted or threatening phone calls? We are a team of creditor harassment lawyers that can provide you with full assistance in dealing with credit card agencies and debt collectors who are not following harassment related laws. Let us stand up for you and defend your rights as skilled lawyers who can protect you from harassment.

We are experts in the fair debt collection practices act and we understand the federal statutes which are established on working with debt collectors. There are legal outlines that state the methods in which a collector can do with their consumers. The law directly establishes parameters in which creditors can communicate with various consumers about their debts. If agencies are harassing you and violating this law, our company can stand up for you and pursue all legal actions that could have your requesting financial compensation.

You can seek compensation from a debt collector for some of the following reasons:

  • Calls after 9 PM or before 8 AM
  • The use of violence or threats against you
  • A failure to keep your file confidential by informing on exempt third parties about your debts.
  • Asking you to pay more than the debt that is owed.
  • Using threatening or profane language in your dealings.
  • Continuous use of an auto dialer or leaving computer generated messages.

Contact us today to protect yourself or your family from creditors. If you’ve received reports from your neighbors, furry family members or from anyone that could be violating the law we will make sure that they can be brought to justice in the effort of a serious form of harassment against you. If they continue to call you even when you have said not to, this is an area where you may require proper compensation. If debt collectors continue to violate these boundaries we can help you to collect as much as $1000 for each boundary a debt collector extends beyond.

This post was written by Trey Wright, a bankruptcy lawyer in Tallahassee. Trey is one of the founding partners of Bruner Wright, P.A. Attorneys at Law, which specializes in areas related to bankruptcy law, estate planning, and business litigation.

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