Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Get Help From a Westchester County Debt Collector Abuse Lawyer
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was added in 1978 as Title VIII
of the Consumer Credit Protection Act. This United States statute offers
protection to debtors in the face of abusive practices by creditors and
debt collection agencies. By promoting fair debt collection, this Act
may offer a debtor legal remedies in the face of
creditor harassment, threats or other abuse conduct in relation to debt collection.
Talking to a
Westchester County debt relief lawyer is an important step to take if you are being harassed by a creditor and
would like to discuss your options in filing a lawsuit under the Fair
Debt Collection Practices Act.
Prohibitions of the FDCPA
Particular abusive conduct is prohibited by the Fair Debt Collection Practices
Act. This may include:
- Repeated phone calls
- Phone calls early in the morning/late at night
- Threats of injury
- Communication intended to harass/annoy a debtor
If you believe that you have been the victim of abusive debt collection
practices and would like to get more information regarding your legal
rights in this matter, please feel free to contact an attorney at our
law firm. We represent debtors in White Plains and throughout the surrounding areas in
Westchester County. During a free consultation with an experienced lawyer, you can find out
more about what you can do in this situation to take full advantage of
the protection the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act has to offer.
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at our firm today to learn more about your rights under the Fair Debt Collections