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Harassed by Debt Collectors? – We Make THEM pay YOU!
~ Are Debt Collectors contacting  your friends and family members!
~ Are Debt Collectors calling you at work after you ask them to stop!
~ Are Debt Collectors being rude to you!
~ Are Debt Collectors threatening you!

If So, Contact our FDCPA Attorneys Today – We Make THEM pay YOU!

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 Learn more about FDPCA Violations! – Get Cash if Harassed!!

The FDCPA is a Federal Law that regulates debt collectors and bill collectors when they are collecting debts.  While everyone that can afford to pay their debt back should, Congress realized that sometimes bad situations happen to good people to make that difficult.  It is important for Consumers to know about FDCPA violations because if debt collectors or bill collectors violate the FDCPA, consumers need to take action immediately!

The reason that consumers should learn about FDCPA violations is that if they can find one, they have a shot at up to $1,000.00.  You see, Congress fines debt collectors and bill collectors each time an attorney can show a debt collector’s FDCPA violations.   To spot FDCPA violations, its important for consumers to first know what the most common violations of the FDCPA are and then be on the look out for debt collectors who commit those FDCPA Violations.

FDCPA Violations #1

Calling your place of employment after the debt collector knows the your employer prohibits calls or if you ask the debt collector not to call you at work anymore.  If debt collectors call you at work after you tell them not to, fill out the form on the right and potentially get Cash if Harassed!

FDCPA Violations #2

Threatening you that not paying the debt will result in imprisonment, garnishment, and/or liens if debt collector is not an attorney.  If debt collectors are threatening you with legal sounding jargon, contact us immediately!  We will see if we can find a FDCPA violation!

FDCPA Violations #3

Calling your neighbors, friends, co-workers or family members (any third parties, really) when the debt collector already knows how to contact the you.  In fact, debt collectors are only allowed to contact third parties to confirm or to correct your location information!  If they know how to contact you, there is no reason for them to need to “confirm” how to contact you nor is there any reason to “correct it”.  If debt collectors are calling your friends and family members, contact us!  We have gotten cash for consumers that have had their friends and family members bothered by debt collectors!

FDCPA Violations #4

Disclosing to friends, family members, etc. that you owe a debt is a FDCPA Violation.  If debt collectors are disclosing your personal information to others take a stand!  Say “give me cash cause I was harassed!” and contact us now!

FDCPA Violations #5

This is the best one, really.  It is a violation of the FDCPA for debt collectors to Harass, oppress, insult or verbally abusing you. For you to find this FDCPA Violation, its probably good for you to know exactly what is “Harassing, Oppressing, Insulting, or Verbally Abusing”.  The only problem is that the FDCPA doesn’t provide a comprehensive listing of the examples of Harassing.  So, what we tell our clients is that if you FELT like they were harassing you, if you FELT like they were being rude to you or if you FELT like they were abusing you – contact us immediately.  Debt Collectors are not allowed to abuse consumers!

FDCPA Violations?!  Get Cash if Harassed!

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  2. kara says:

    I have a collection company that contacts me all throughout the day, for 12 hours a day. It begins at 8:00 am, everyday, regardless if its Sunday, or Iam work they call everyday, mutiple times, the calls do not stop until almost 9 pm my time. I have numerous pictures, showing the dates and times they called. Please let me know if I can do anything

    • Jeffrey Hyslip says:

      Hello Kara!

      Please reach out to us at 312-380-6110. It certainly sounds like the collection agency (if it if a third party collection agency) is breaking federal law. Under the FDCPA, debt collectors are not allowed to use an autodialer to call you on your cellular phone without express consent. Based on the facts, it seems they are using an autodialer based on the frequency of the calls and based on the fact that you are receiving them while you are at work. Additionally, debt collectors are not allowed to contact you at work (even on your cell) if you tell them that it is inconvenient for you to receive calls at that time. Give us a call when time permits. We can either help you fight back for your rights if they have broken the law or give you some advice on how to get them to leave you alone.



  3. David McArthur says:

    We are involved in a foreclosure. We appealed the clerks order to sale our property. While we were waiting for our court date, the servicer posted a notice to vacate on our front door. The notice stated that a new bank owned our house and we could either leave or rent the property from the new bank. We spoke with the clerk of court, and they said there had not been a sale, and our case file was with the superior court pending our appeal. Do we have an action against this bank and the realtor who posted the notice on our door?

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