If you have been harassed by FDCPA attorneys, you may not know where to turn. Fortunately, there may be assistance for you. Creditor harassment attorneys can help you determine if you have a valid claim and fight your claim in court if need be.
Here are some additional resources for those seeking help from debt collectors.
There are hundreds of third-party debt collectors across the USA. Here's a comprehensive list of the collection agencies that may have contacted you.
If you have been summoned to court, or chose to pursue a claim against a third-party collection agency, you'll need to prepare as much information as you can.
Are you unsure where to turn regarding your claim? There is help available. We've asked attorney Alaina Sullivan for her opinion on some of your most common FDCPA questions.
Our FAQ answers some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the FDCPA, from how long you can expect to wait to settle a claim, to how an FDCPA attorney's fees work.
Do you need to speak with a creditor harassment attorney in your state? The laws vary more than you may believe.
Did you know that the FDCPA varies by state? You may have additional protection from consumer harassment depending on where you live.
Have you come across a word or phrase you don't understand in a letter or voicemail from a third-party collection agency? Find out what it means here.
Here are the steps to take in order to file a successful claim against third-party consumer debt collection agencies.
Here is how to write a cease and desist letter against a collection agency.
Here is what to say over the phone if a debt collection agency calls you.
What to do if a debt collector is contacting you about a debt who's statute of limitations has expired.
Here is how to draft a dispute letter to a collection agency if you believe the debt they are inquiring about is invalid.
Here is how you can negotiate to settle your debt with a collection agency.