Most families in America are living paycheck to paycheck. Sometimes, the unexpected happens and families then have to choose between putting food on the table and paying bills. More often than not, this leads to overly aggressive bill collectors harassing you daily. VG Law Group has a dedicated team ready to fight on your behalf to stop the debt collectors harassing behavior, potentially get your debt waived or reduce and potentially getting you compensated for their misbehavior.
Do I Need a Debt Collector Abuse Attorney?
The VG team dedicated to consumer debt cases, has the skill set, credentials and knowledge to help you deal with issues arising from collections. We have many clients who attempted to stop the harassing debt collectors on their own, however it was to no avail. They soon contacted us to fight on their behalf. Often times, debt collection agencies are far more intimated by lawyers then they are those they are trying to collect from.
Pursuing a Debt Collection case on your own can be unnecessarily overwhelming and daunting during a period where you have been repeatedly harassed by collection agencies. There are many important steps that debtors overlook when trying to handle the case on their own – mainly due to the different types of cases under which they can pursue a recovery.
The most common types of Debt Collector Abuse case are:
- FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act)
- FCCPA (Florida Consumer Collection Protection Act)
- TCPA/ROBOCALLING (Telephone Consumer Protection Act)
- FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act)
Types of Debt Collector Abuse and Harassment
Creditor Calls before 8 a.m or after 9 p.m.
Any threatening language
Contacting any third parties, including but not limited to, family members, co-
workers, friends, etc.
Failure to send written notice of debt owed
Collecting debts not owed
Contacting a debtor that has known legal representation
If you are suffering from creditor harassment or any other unlawful practices, your VG lawyer is on standby and ready to assist you in every way! Contact us at 1-833-HELP-365 to discuss your potential case. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.