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Creditor Harassment in Clearwater, FL

Are you dealing with incessant creditor harassment in Clearwater, FL, that has you even more stressed about your current finances? Our law firm has 25 years of experience dealing with debt collector and creditor harassment and is ready to put it to a stop. Harassment from creditors can come in multiple forms that include, obscene language, threats of violence, and repetitious phone calls. If you experience any of these, call our credit harassment lawyer right away.  

What to Know About Debt Collector Harassment

Per the rules of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), debt collectors are prohibited from using deceptive, unfair, or abusive practices to collect debt from you. A debt collector cannot contact you at inappropriate times, such as late at night or early in the morning. They can contact you by e-mail, letter, phone or text message to collect any debt owed as long as they go about it legally and identify themselves as debt collectors. Debt collectors cannot pretend to be anyone else. If you find that you have been misled into a conversation with a debt collector who did not identify him or herself as one, notify our creditor harassment attorney.

Debt Collectors Calling in Clearwater, FL

Let our Creditor Harassment Lawyer Handle Debt Collectors

Being bombarded with daily phone calls, text messages, letters, and e-mail from debt and credit collectors doesn’t help your present state of mind, especially if you’re considering filing for bankruptcy. Allow our competent and aggressive creditor harassment lawyer to address pushy and harassing creditors and debt collectors. Once you hire us to represent you, the debt collectors must contact us. Continuing to contact you after you’ve hired us is illegal and if it persists, our creditor harassment attorney will take the proper legal action against the debt collector.

Keep Good Records for Your Creditor Harassment Attorney

It is always a good idea to keep a record of any communication a debt collector has sent you. This includes everything from text messages to e-mails to letters. In addition to these records, it’s also a good idea to write down the dates, times, and length of conversations you have with any debt collector’s over the phone. Doing so strengthens our case. Our lawyer is ready to help lift the burden of your financial strain.

Contact our office to schedule a free consultation to discuss unsolicited debt collectors. We proudly serve the clients of Clearwater, Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs, Florida.