Debt Collection Firms
Debt Collectors must follow the law
Collection agencies and law firm collectors must comply with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the federal law governing the collection industry. When the law is violated and the consumer's rights have been compromised, the consumer may pursue a lawsuit against the debt collector, whether the debt is owed or not.
Have your rights been violated?
The law offers protections to consumers that are contacted by debt collectors over personal or household debt, such as credit cards, medical bills, utilities or personal loans. When a collector takes steps such as, threatening to take an action they don't intend to take, deceives or misrepresents the debt, contacts family, co-workers or friends about the debt, or provides false or inaccurate information to the credit bureau, the consumer's rights may have been violated.
Flitter Milz gets results
Flitter Milz has pursued hundreds of successful lawsuits against debt collectors. If you have received letters or phone calls from ANY collection agency or law firm, contact us for a free legal review. Our attorneys will evaluate the contact for compliance with the FDCPA. If your rights have been violated, we will discuss your legal options and whether to pursue a lawsuit against the collector.
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