Going to Court With a Collection Agency

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Having debt is stressful enough. If debt collectors are harassing you day and night, you may feel completely overwhelmed.

Fortunately, the FDCPA was enacted to protect consumers and ensure that third-party collection agencies would not use abusive tactics to collect past debts. If your rights have been violated, you might be able to take the collection agency to court.

Potential FDCPA Violations

There are many ways in which a debt collector can violate your rights. Some examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Calling you before 8 A.M. your time
  • Notifying third parties of your debt
  • Sending you embarrassing mail
  • Giving credit reporters false information regarding your debt

Going to Court With an FDCPA Company

It is often scary to take a debt collector to court. Fortunately, you will not have to face a legal battle alone. You can speak with an FDCPA attorney to discuss your claim and have someone fighting on your side if your rights as a consumer have been violated.

Here's a little more information on going to court with some of the country's biggest debt collectors: