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Dealing with Creditor Abuse

Many good people find themselves in financial difficulty in today's economic climate.  Unexpected events occur, such as losing a job or suffering medical emergencies, which can cause you to be unable to pay your debts.  Some creditors will become abusive by threatening you or harassing you with endless phone calls at all hours of the day.  They may even call your family repeatedly or tell you that you will be arrested.  This can be frightening and cause you undue stress. 

A California Creditor Abuse lawyer should be able to put an end to creditor abuse, and if warranted, may be able to sue the collection agency for violation of the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).  You have very specific rights under the law and if these rights are violated, you should take immediate action to seek help.  At Price Law Group, we have seen the effects of creditor abuse toward our clients and will fight for your rights if they have been violated.  You and your family need an effective defense against out of control creditors.

What Creditors Can't Do

Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, it is illegal for a creditor to:

  • Call you repeatedly or contact you at unreasonable times
  • Threaten to use violence or to harm you
  • Use obscene language
  • Fail to identify themselves as a bill collector
  • Claim that you will be arrested
  • Claim that your property will be seized
  • Discussing your debts with a third party
  • Call you at work after being asked not to

If you are currently undergoing bankruptcy procedures, loan modifications, debt negotiations or other alternatives to bankruptcy, creditors should not be contacting you.  We have assisted thousands of clients in restoring their financial status and have helped resolve creditor abuse.  We would like the opportunity to help you.

Contact a Creditor Abuse Attorney in California if you have been subjected to creditor abuse and need to put an end to it.

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