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Debt Collection Harassment is against the Law! We're here to fight for you.

The (FDCPA) Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act protects consumers against unfair, deceptive, and abusive debt collection and credit reporting practices. If you believe you have been a victim of debt collection harassment, you may be entitled to money damages AND may recover your legal fees completely paid for by the debt collector. Call us toll-free today for a FREE case review!


If our firm agrees to represent you in your FDCPA case, you will NOT be responsible to pay any attorney's fees or costs. The FDCPA states that debt collectors in violation of the statute pay your legal fees! If your case qualifies, our legal representation is 100% FREE!

Debt Collectors may NOT engage in the following action (including but not limited to):

  • Contact you before 8:00 am or after 9:00 pm

  • Use profane/abusive language

  • Accuse you of committing a crime

  • Leave messages on your telephone that fail to disclose the name/identity of the debt collector/debt collection company/debt collection law firm that is calling

  • Threaten to have you arrested

  • File any legal action and/or taking a judgment without properly serving the party being sued
  • Disclose any information related to your debt to a third party

  • Threaten to contact and/or notify third parties/employer about any debt

  • Leave messages on your telephone that fail to disclose and state that the caller is a "debt collector"

  • Contact you at work when they know or have reason to know they cannot do so

  • Contact you after being provided a written cease and desist letter
  • Threaten to file a lawsuit against you or take other negative action when the debt collector lacks the ability or intent to file and take such action

  • Failure to or refusal to identify itself as a debt collector in any communication with you, whether during the conversation, or included in a message or letter

  • Contact you while refusing or failing to provide debt validation as you requested in a written letter

  • Misrepresent the amount or legal status of a debt

  • Report or threaten to report false and/or other disputed or incorrect information regarding a debt to credit reporting agencies


If your case qualifies for representation and we are successful in establishing a violation of the FDCPA, we may be able to:

  • Obtain debt forgiveness.

  • Eliminate the debt.

  • Get you up to $1,000 in statutory damages PLUS actual damages if your case qualifies such as stress or humiliation.

  • Have your legal fees paid by the debt collector.

  • Negotiate a Settlement/Payment Plan/Payment Arrangement of the debt itself.

  • Stop the debt collector from contacting you.

  • Removal of trade lines from credit reports.

  • Demand that the debt collector contact our office rather than you!

Please be advised that results may vary based on upon the circumstances of the case. We cannot make any representations or promises regarding the potential outcome or results.



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