Collection Agencies - B

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If you have been harassed by debt collectors, you may not know where to turn. Third-party creditor harassment unfortunately happens every day, and thousands of people have their FDCPA rights violated every day.

Fortunately, if a third-party debt collector has harassed you, you may be entitled to damages up to $1,000. You could also receive additional damages if you have suffered in any way, such as a debt collector forcing you to perform poorly at your job due to stress. You’ll need to contact a creditor harassment attorney to learn more about your rights.

You may be wondering how much an FDCPA attorney costs. The good news here is that a creditor harassment attorney will factor the fees associated with his services into your case into your settlement with the third-party collection agency. This means that the only person paying for your attorney is the debt collector who violated your rights as a consumer.

Here is additional information about debt collection agencies beginning with the letter B. If you have any additional questions, or would like the harassment to stop, you should speak with a creditor harassment attorney as soon as you can.