Uphold Your Rights with a Bankruptcy Lawyer in St. Petersburg
If you or a loved one is facing overwhelming debt, bankruptcy or foreclosure, it is very possible that you have been the victim of some form of creditor harassment. It is important to contact an attorney experienced with these matters as soon as possible. You do have rights as a consumer, and you do not have to be subject to this type of harassment or creditor abuse.
At LeavenLaw, our St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyers provide an invaluable service to our clients – at no additional cost. From the moment that you retain our lawyers for your bankruptcy case, we will also provide our creditor harassment protection. You owe us nothing for our creditor harassment representation unless we are able to recover compensation for you as a result of the creditor’s or debt collector’s unlawful practices. If you have been the victim of unlawful debt collection we may be able to recover up to $1,000 under the FDCPA and $1,000 under the FCCPA.
In the event that we prove creditor harassment or abuse and recover on your behalf, the offending creditor will be held responsible to pay for all attorneys’ fees and costs for filing, prosecuting and settling the case. Call LeavenLaw today!
Protection against Creditor Harassment
The Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA) and Telephone Consumer Protection Act offer consumers protection against creditor harassment. Unfortunately, some creditors still utilize a number of unlawful practices in their attempt to collect the money they are owed. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA"), debt collectors are strictly prohibited from behaving in a way that can be classified as harassing. This includes calling debtors at all hours of the night, using offensive language, persistently communicating with a debtor at their place of work after being asked to desist and misrepresenting facts in any way possible - including claiming that the consumer owes more than they actually do or that they face possible arrest should they not pay. If a debt collector does not abide by the guidelines set forth by the FDCPA, they can be accused of creditor harassment.
- Attorney Representation Regarding Debt
- Calls to Family & Friends
- Calls to Work
- Cease & Desist
- Consumer Protection Center
- Collection Calls & Voicemails
- Collection Lawsuits
- Collection Letters & Billing Statements
- Credit Reporting as Collection
- Debt Collection Companies
- Discharged Debts
- Document Center
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
- Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA)
- Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (FDUTPA)
- Revoking Consent to Collect
- Robo-Dialed Calls
- Spam Text Messages
- Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
- Wrong-Party Calls
Debt collectors know that a person in debt is likely to be embarrassed by the situation or may feel overwhelmed. They prey on these emotions and may use threats to try to coerce a debtor into paying. They may demand money that the debtor does not actually owe. They may contact friends and family members or pretend to be someone else in an attempt to pressure a debtor.
Call LeavenLaw for Protection from Creditor Harassment in Florida!
If you have recently suffered from the abuse of a harassing creditor, then you have legal rights that should be justly and comprehensively protected. By getting the involvement of an experienced lawyer from LeavenLaw, you can rest assured knowing that you will have your legal rights protected to the full extent of the law. At our firm, we know the best ways in which we can help our clients and will fight to help ensure that you are not unjustly exposed to abusive acts by creditors or debt collectors. Call (877) 958-8775 to learn more.