Are you being harassed by creditors? Do debt collectors keep calling nonstop? Have they contacted your family or your employer, threatened you or insulted you? Do you keep getting collection letters in the mail? Are you receiving collection emails and text messages? Tired of debt collector harassment?
If you have experienced any of the foregoing, you might be able to sue the debt collectors calling you. A federal law known as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) limits what debt collectors can do to collect a debt, and requires that they give you certain information about your rights. Another law called the Fair Credit Extension and Uniformity Act (“FCEUA”) limits what creditors and debt collectors can do.
You Have Rights
Whether or not you owe a debt, you have the right to be treated respectfully by debt collectors. You also have the right to honest information about a debt, and honest information about your legal rights. So if a debt collector is threatening you with actions that are illegal (such as arrest), calling you at work when they know you can’t take calls there, demanding an amount of money that you don’t owe, or refusing to provide information to prove that they own your debt after you’ve asked for it, YOU might be able to sue the debt collector and force them to pay up.
Stop Debt Collector Harassment Today
Call the Law Office of Emily Gomez today at (412) 378-5854 to find out how you can fight back against the debt collectors. In the meantime, save your collection letters, voicemails, emails, and text messages, because that’s evidence. If you have a clear case, we can use the FDCPA to make the debt collectors pay both you and your legal fees. Don’t delay, call now and stop all debt collector harassment today!