Debt Collector Issues

Collection agencies and debt collectors come in one of two kinds; legitimate and credit thugs. We focus on the latter and stop debt collector harassment. While there are some good and decent debt collectors who try to operate within the confines the law, there is also a large number who don’t. On a monthly basis, you can follow the FTC blog site and learn about the latest debt collectors busted for bullying consumers into paying debts, many of which are never outstanding in the first place.

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So how can a debt collector or
collection agency violate your rights?

Here are just some of the most common ways that your rights
under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act can be violated:

  1. Calls before 8:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m. at your location;
  2. Debt collector calls to third parties including friends and family;
  3. Threats to yourself, your property or others;
  4. Debt collectors swearing or cussing at you;
  5. Threatening to take action that they don’t have the right or the intention to take;
  6. Calling you at times that at known inconvenient times for to you;
  7. Calling you at work after you have told them that you are not available to accept personal calls;
  8. Attempting to add fees and charges that not legally required additional payment;
  9. Failing to follow the strictures of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  
So how can a debt collector or collection agency violate your rights?

These are just a few of the ways that debt collectors can violate your rights.

Stop Debt Collector Harassment


If you believe that your rights under the law have been violated, call or email us at
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