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There is a law in place called the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. This law was enacted to protect debtors from unlawful and unethical practices that many debt collection agencies use to recover the money owed.

If you feel as if your rights are being violated, you can sue the offending debt collection agency. You should know that need to take lawsuit action within a year of any violations you allege.  If you win the lawsuit, you could recover damages as well as  up to $1,000 per violation. You could also recover court and attorney fees.

If a class action is filed by multiple people, you could recover up to one percent of the current worth found in the collection agency or $500,000- whichever ends up being less.

Fighting Back- We Can Help You Now

Do not be afraid to fight back.  It is difficult to prove that your rights may have been violated- but that is where we come in.  Call Francis and Mailman today to help you prove your case.  We have been here before and know what it takes.  Start the process today to stop the calls tomorrow.

We can help guide you through the process. Call us know to discuss your case- we are ready to take your call now.

Address 2000 North Dixie Hwy., Ste #3
City Lake Worth
State Florida
Zip Code 33460
Address 75 NE 44th Street
City Fort Lauderdale
State Florida
Zip Code 33334
Phone 1 888-877-3328
Phone 2 561-296-8488
Fax 561-296-8489
Website http://www.aafinancial.net

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