If you are being harassed by collection agencies despite your specific instruction to stop calling, it is important to understand that the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA protections are most effective when you notify the debt collector, in writing, to cease further collection efforts. Abraham Kleinman can notify the debt collector to cease and desist further communication with the consumer which will put an end to the debt collectors debt collection contact.
You should consult with a lawyer before attempting to draft you own cease and desist letter so you can avoid unintended consequences and learn whether you may be able to file a lawsuit against the debt collector. In certain cases, debt collectors may be violating the FDCPA in their efforts against you and you may be entitled to damages plus attorney’s fees.
Kleinman LLC can review your situation and advise you on how to best proceed. If you require a cease and desist letter to end the debt collector harassment, Abraham Kleinman can provide effective correspondence at a modest fee.
Kleinman LLC assists consumers in Manhattan, Westchester, Staten Island, Queens and the greater New York area with a wide variety of debt issues, including debt buyers, payday loans and mortgage problems. We help identity theft victims who suffered harm to their credit reports due to merchant receipts disclosing excessive credit card information, but this firm also recovers damages for individuals who have received junk faxes or violative landlord tenant notices.
If you live in Kings County, Nassau County or the greater New York area and are tired of being harassed by collection agencies, contact Kleinman LLCat (516) 522-2621 to get relief by ending the debt collection phone calls.