Being Harassed by Creditors?
Aggressive Protection From a Woodbridge Township Credit Harassment Lawyer
Many debtors go through similar experiences when it comes to creditor harassment.
The barrage of calls at odd hours and the constant threats are an all
too familiar scene for anyone who has been the target of relentless creditors.
If you are experiencing harassment and abuse from your creditors, consult
our Woodbridge Township creditor harassment lawyer to see what you can
do to make it stop. Our bankruptcy attorney has been
protecting consumers for over 10 years. We can help protect you from creditor harassment and provide you with
trusted advice on ways you can assert your rights.
What should you do if a creditor is harassing you?
Consider filing for
bankruptcy with the help of an attorney. When you file for bankruptcy, all creditor
actions must stop, including contact and communication.
Refrain from using any credit cards if you have intentions of filing for bankruptcy. Creditors can accuse
you of fraud if you do so.
You may be able to pursue damages if a creditor is violating the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA)
We'll tell you how to handle creditors during a
FREE case evaluation.
You Have Rights Under The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA)
The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) is a federal law that was
put into place by the government to protect consumers from creditor abuse
Under the FDCPA, creditors are legally prohibited from:
- Calling you at your place of work
- Calling you early morning and late at night
- Disclosing your financial information to third parties
- Requesting more debt than what you owe
- Using profanity or threatening you
Talk to an Experienced Woodbridge Township Creditor Harassment Attorney
No one deserves to be the subject of creditor harassment and abuse, no
matter how much debt you owe or how behind you are on your bills. See
what our team can do to help you get through this stressful time.
What does Vaisman Law Office have to offer to you?
- Our deep knowledge and experience in bankruptcy courts
- One-on-one attention
- Hands-on preparation and guidance for courts, creditor hearings, etc.
- Affordable and flexible payment plans
Creditor harassment has to stop.
Call (732) 338-9650 to learn how.