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If you are dealing with debt collectors, you know that they can be annoying. They are trying to get payment for bills owed, so we know that it is not a fun call. But despite the reason for calling, they are supposed to act under the Fair Debt Collections Act and follow the rules of engagement.
This federal law was put in place to protect those consumers who are being contacted by collectors. When you first get a call from a debt collector it is your right to request verification of the debt owed. This is to determine if you even owe that amount. In some cases, you may be a victim of identity theft, where someone using your name may have racked up debt. If this is the case you can request a dispute.
Even if you debt is verified, the collection representatives must still follow certain standards and are prohibited from using harassing tactics.
You do not have to take abusive before. The law is behind you and it may be time to get a lawyer behind you as well. Call Francis and Mailman today to discuss what you have been experiencing with the debt collectors that have been calling you. We are ready and willing to take you case.
Stop the calls today- you do not have to deal with this. Report unlawful tactics.