How to Stop a Debt Collector
Are you receiving debt collection letters and threatening phone calls about debt? Has a collection agency been harassing you at work despite your having written them requesting that they stop contacting you? Is a debt collector contacting your friends or family members?
If any of these situations apply to you regarding your consumer credit card accounts, medical bills or mortgage payments, you should know that you may be entitled to damages for illegal conduct under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Kleinman LLC helps consumers in Nassau County, Kings County and the greater New York area sue debt collectors for harassment. Debt collectors are forbidden from violating your rights and Abraham Kleinman of Kleinman LLC holds debt collectors accountable when they act illegally.
There are several steps that you can do to end debt collector harassment. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act empowers consumers to make a written request to the debt collector that you demand the debt collector cease communicating with you. The debt collector is obliged to honor your request.
You can also end debt collector harassment by consulting with an experienced attorney. Kleinman LLC helps clients in such New York areas as Staten Island, Queens, Westchester and Manhattan obtain damages for violations of the FDCPA. If you are facing foreclosure, we can also challenge your mortgage servicer and possibly sue the foreclosing law firm. If a false delinquency or a single debt is listed multiple times on your credit report, Kleinman LLC can assist consumers to improve your credit score.
Ignoring phone calls and collection letters may result in the loss of important consumer protections and is unproductive which can lead to additional problems later on. Consulting with an attorney who understands debt collection laws will help you end the harassment. You can learn about your legal options when you contact Kleinman LLC online or by calling toll-free at (877) 522-2621 or locally at (516) 522-2621 for a confidential evaluation of collection agency communications you and whether it has violated federal law.
How to Sue a Debt Collector
If a debt collector harasses you with deceptive collection letters, with repeated phone calls, uses obscene language or makes improper threats, these actions constitute violations of the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recommends that you maintain records of these communications, as you can sue the debt collector for FDCPA violations. You may be entitled to financial damages as well as attorney’s fees.
Abraham Kleinman stops debt collectors from contacting represented consumers for its clients in Staten Island, Manhattan and New York City. Kleinman LLC helps individuals in Nassau County, Kings County and the greater New York area document abusive debt collector behavior and file complaints in Federal Court. Kleinman LLC understands the rights you have and can explore your legal options if a debt collector has violated the FDCPA in its collection efforts directed against you.
Suing a debt collector involves thoroughly documenting illegal practices and requires meeting several important deadlines. Debt collectors can be liable for multiple violations of Federal laws within in a single phone call. You can position yourself with the best chance at a favorable outcome by speaking with an attorney who has experience in filing lawsuits against debt collection agencies and debt collection law firms.
Kleinman LLC assists clients in Queens, Westchester and the New York region with all types of debt collector harassment. The FDCPA applies to most personal debts including mortgages. Homeowners have the right to challenge mortgage servicers and Abraham Kleinman can help you preempt foreclosure and possibly sue the foreclosing law firm.
If collection agencies have submitted false reports or listed a single debt multiple times, we can employ the Fair Credit Reporting Act to address inaccuracies and thus improve your credit score. Compensation for financial harm these inaccuracies caused may be available. Do not let your credit history and your life be adversely impacted by ignoring debt collector communications. Contact Kleinman LLC toll-free at (877) 522-2621 or locally at (516) 522-2621 for a plan to protect your rights and hold debt collectors accountable.