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Creditor Abuse Cases in Arizona

Are you a Victim of Creditor Abuse?

When a creditor oversteps the bounds of the law, it may be possible to file a legal action against the company that has violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. There are certain activities and types of communication that if used, are grounds for a lawsuit against the company. Some of the activities that creditors frequently engage that are violations of this act include:

  • Frequent phone calls, over and over within a short period of time
  • Engaging more than one agency to try to collect a debt
  • Not identifying themselves as a collection agency
  • Threatening to publish your debt, expose you or other threats
  • Threatening legal action, such as an arrest if they are not paid
  • Claiming to be an attorney when untrue
  • Calling before or after the legal hours allowed
  • Calling you at work when you asked them not to
  • Threatening you with any type of harm or violence
  • Using profanity

Fighting Creditor Abuse Cases in Arizona

An Arizona bankruptcy lawyer from Price Law Group would like to hear at once if you are being harassed by creditors, and can advise you whether you have a case against the company. If so, you can file a civil lawsuit against them. It is important to document all of their actions so that you have the evidence of the violations. We can advise you how to proceed, and how to avoid being harassed in the future.

In some cases, the creditor has acted within the boundaries of the law, but the situation is no less stressful. In such cases, we can assist you in avoiding future calls and letters through taking over your debt problems and negotiating on your behalf. Once an attorney is hired to resolve the matter, the creditor no longer has the right to contact your about the debt. Our legal team will negotiate on your behalf and find solutions that will serve your best interests.

If bankruptcy is an option, we can help.  Consumer debt is eliminated in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This can lead to not only ending the calls, letters and threats, but in no longer owing the debt at all. Other cases can result in the obligation being negotiated down to a reasonable payment schedule or reducing the debt radically. Allow us to evaluate your situation and we can advise you as to how to end the problem you are facing regarding creditor abuse or harassment.

Contact an Arizona Creditor Abuse Lawyer from our firm to assist you in taking legal action in cases of creditor abuse or harassment.

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