Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)

Don't Allow Unscrupulous Creditors to Harass You

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) establishes guidelines that collectors must follow when collecting a debt, and if they do not abide by these regulations, they could face stiff penalties. Our law firm has represented hundreds of clients from DeLand, Titusville, Port St. John, Cocoa and beyond, and we have helped them stand up to these predatory debt collectors. Contact our Brevard County bankruptcy lawyer if you feel that you are being unlawfully harassed by debt collectors.

You Have the Right to Avoid Harassment

There is an unfortunate misconception that if you have debts, your rights go out the window. Just because you owe money doesn't mean that debt collectors can do anything and everything to collect payment. In fact, if a debt collector has been harassing you, you may even be entitled to financial compensation. Navigating this area of the law can be overwhelmingly complicated if you are trying to handle things on your own. Having the right representation is the key. We can help you understand your rights when it comes to overwhelming debt collectors.

Under the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act, collectors are not allowed to:

  • Make false or deceptive statements
  • Call you repeatedly
  • Contact you without identifying themselves
  • Threaten to tell others about your debt
  • Accept a postdated check

Contact Our Volusia County Bankruptcy Attorney Today

Our team at LegalNinja, LLC is here to serve as your advocate and help you navigate your situation to the best of your ability. We want to guide you through the process of bankruptcy and prevent you from being harassed by debt collectors. Contact our team to begin your initial consultation.