Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), consumers have rights that protect them from illegal debt collection practices. If a creditor violates your rights by engaging in illegal debt collection tactics, it is considered creditor harassment, and the creditor can face significant legal consequences.
You're Not Alone
If you’ve been dealing with a creditor that is harassing you to collect debt, you may feel scared, hopeless, and unsure of what you can do to put an end to the maltreatment. When a creditor calls you at work, makes phone calls to your family members, verbally insults you, or threatens to take certain types of legal action against you, it’s time to consult with a debt collection attorney like Wil Forker Law Office.
Wil Forker Law Office can advocate for you when you are too frightened to deal with your creditors on your own. Once engaged, Wil Forker Law Office can intervene on your behalf and inform your creditors of your rights under the FDCPA. If your creditors continue to unlawfully harass you, Wil Forker Law Office can take legal measures to put an end to their abuse and report their illegal behaviors.
Help is Available
If you’ve been a victim of illegal debt collection practices, you do not have to suffer alone. Call today and speak with an attorney who can help put unruly creditors in their place.
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