It’s illegal for a debt collector to harass you
Whether you owe the debt or not, debt collectors are not allowed to lie to you or harass you. They can’t contact your friends or relatives about your debt or threaten you with lawsuits when none are intended. Flitter Milz understands the laws that protect consumers from abusive collectors and fights for you in court put a stop to a debt collector's harassment and threatening tactics.
You have rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
The FDCPA protects you from unfair debt collection practices. Debt collectors can't threaten to take an action they don’t intend to take and they can't contact your friends or family about your debt.
Debt collectors are also not allowed to:
- Continue to collect after you write them to stop
- Give false or misleading information about your debt
- Place private or personal account information about you on, or visible through, any envelope
- Fail to disclose that they are a debt collector or claim they work for a credit bureau
If a debt collector violates the FDCPA, you can sue and the collector will be responsible for the legal fees.
Flitter Milz is experienced in representing consumers against collectors
We know the FDCPA and we pursue cases against debt collectors and collection law firms that are using illegal tactics.
If you’ve received collection calls or letters, contact us. We’ll review your case at no cost to you.
Review the list of collectors that we have successfully pursued matters against.