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Put an End to Aggressive Collection Agency Tactics
Many creditors routinely violate the laws that protect you from creditor harassment, threats, cellphone calls and improper calls to your neighbors, relatives, or place of employment.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is a federal law that is designed to protect consumers from creditor harassment. When you are dealing with the problems and stresses of missed mortgage payments and overwhelming debt, the last thing you need is bill collectors beating down your door and harassing you through constant calls to your telephone. There are options available that can help you get the relief that you need.
Our debt relief professionals can put an end to creditor harassment. At The Law Offices of Neil Crane, LLC, we know how to use the law to ensure that your rights are protected. Unlike national debt relief companies, we have been helping people throughout Connecticut get the help and protections they deserve for more than 25 years. We understand the unique issues that are faced by our neighbors all across the state.
Are Your Creditors Violating the FDCPA?
There are certain rules that creditors must follow under the FDCPA. When collection agencies violate these rules, they are subject to potentially severe consequences, including the possible payment of damages to you as well as legal fees and court costs. You should seek help from our Connecticut debt professionals if you have experienced any of the following:
- Contact by debt collectors at unreasonable times of the day, usually before 8:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m.
- Debt collectors harassing family members, relatives, or your neighbors
- Repeated calls to you at your workplace
- Use of threatening or obscene language
- Falsely stating that a lawsuit has been or will be filed against you
- Claims that you owe more than you actually do
- Failure to identify themselves as a debt collector or the reason for contacting you
If you feel abused by collectors, document what happened and always ask for the contact information of the person you spoke to. Then seek assistance from our attorneys. Creditors will usually not stop their illegal tactics until legal action is taken. We are dedicated to helping stop creditor harassment and get consumers in Connecticut the debt relief that they need.
Call for a Free Consultation With a Connecticut Consumer Advocate
The FDCPA and other laws are designed to protect you. We are prepared to help you make full use of these laws and end the stress of constant creditor harassment. Contact our Connecticut debt relief professionals online or call toll free anytime at 888-249-3027 to schedule a free initial consultation at any of our five Connecticut locations.
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