Stop Harassing Creditor Phone Calls
Stop Creditor Calls and Collection Letters!
Once a bankruptcy is filed, all phone calls and collection letters must stop. However, even prior to filing, we may be able to prevent harassing phone calls from third party collectors such as collection agencies.
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
You are allowed to defend yourself when people make allegations against you–even if the allegations are true. If you retain an attorney to represent you, collection agencies that are represented by their own lawyers cannot bypass your attorney and phone you or contact you directly. Once you retain an attorney, than you have the right to be contacted ONLY THROUGH YOUR ATTORNEY. Let us take your phone calls for you.
What happens when collection agencies contact you even after learning you have an attorney?
We may be able to sue collection agencies that violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. That means, we may be able to collect a settlement from them and get you some money. You deserve it for enduring all their nasty phone calls, threats, and degrading behavior.
Make sure you keep a log of the date and time that you told a collection agency you are represented by an attorney. Then make a note of the date and time they broke federal law by calling you again instead of communicating with us.
Don’t wait! Contact Florida Bankruptcy Attorney Eric A. Morgan today for help with your case.
Attorney Eric A. Morgan has helped many people facing harassing calls from collection agencies. To speak with one of our attorneys about your case, please contact us for a free consultation.
The sooner we begin working on your case, the sooner it can be resolved.
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