Stop Harassing Calls For Bills That Aren't Yours
Have you been the Victim of Identity Theft? Are you getting harassing calls from collectors at all times of the day? Do you hate getting robocalls and other autodialed calls?
Well, you may be entitled to clean up your credit and go after companies who have violated your consumer rights. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) governs the conduct debt collectors must abide by, including ceasing communication once you’ve told them to stop calling, as well as providing verification and validation of debt. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) governs calls made to cell phones with automated telephone dialing systems, including robodialers, autodialers, computer programs, etc.
Collectors often call from an automated telephone dialing system hundreds of times in a campaign of harassment and intimidation with the intention of forcing compliance by making payments, even for accounts you dispute or deny that are yours. You can usually tell if a call is from a dialing system by when you pick up and there is a long pause before being connected to a live agent. Once you have told the collector to stop calling you from an autodialer, their actions are willfully violating the TCPA. You can get up to $1,500 PER CALL if you continued to receive calls. If you’ve been the victim of identity theft and have received these calls, call our office immediately at (516) 900-4529 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You do not have to tolerate creditor harassment. You have rights, and our attorneys can help you. We sue debt collectors for violating our clients’ rights. We will take an aggressive approach to get you the results you need.
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We offer free initial consultations and take claims based on contingency, so you will not have to pay at all unless we win. If you have experienced any of the violations listed above contact our office immediately at (516) 900-4529 or email us at email@example.com.