Getting Harassing Phone Calls From Debt Collectors?
You've reached this page because you’ve been contacted by a debt collector. The number that has been calling you has been reported as a number belonging to a debt collection agency.
You may be entitled to up to $1,000 under the federal law if your consumer rights have been violated by this collector.
Have you ever been subjected to any of the following:
Called repeatedly, including by automated systems by a debt collector
Received any calls after specifically advising the collector to stop calling
Received phone calls at work, family, or friends
Had the company misrepresent themselves by stating they were calling from business associated with the government or public offices
Received threats of being sued or perhaps something much worse
Received calls before 8 a.m. in the morning or past 9 p.m.
If you've said yes to any of these, you may be entitled to damages.
It makes no difference whether you've been contacted by mistake or intentionally. It also doesn’t matter whether or not you owe any debt. The Federal government has put into place powerful laws that protect consumers from these unethical practices and many more.
If you are getting harassing calls, we can put an end to it. The FDCPA clearly explains what actions debt collectors can and cannot do to collect on a debt. For more information on how to stop these collection calls, follow the link and get the relief you’ve been looking for and that you’re entitled to by law.
Please note our services to you are free the FDCPA requiries the Collection Agency to pay our fees.