Creditor Harassment Lawyers
While creditors can legally do certain things in their efforts to collect on your debt, they do not have the right the harass you at all hours of the day, anywhere they want. There are consumer rights laws in place to protect you from debt collectors and creditor harassment. Our experienced team of creditor harassment lawyers at Bach Law Offices, Inc. can put a stop to illegal creditor harassment and protect your rights, in or out of court.
Speak With Our Dedicated Consumer Law Attorneys On The North Shore: (847) 440-5998
When you owe money to creditors or are behind on your payments, they may take action to collect what is owed to them. Although you may think this means they are allowed to do whatever they want, whenever they want, this is not the case. There are consumer rights laws in place which are intended to protect you from debt collectors and creditor harassment.
What are the benefits of working with our Northbrook creditor harassment attorneys?
- Our team makes sure you are aware of what creditor abuse is.
- Our firm makes sure your rights are protected from harassment.
- We inform you of what creditors are and are not allowed to do.
- We can help you if you believe creditors have stepped over the line or broken the law.
- You can experience immediate relief from creditor harassment.
- You can start your case for FREE today.
We help put a stop to creditor harassment fast! Call us now at (847) 440-5998.
Protecting You From Abusive Creditors
Federal and state laws control the frequency and type of activities creditors are allowed to take. Unfortunately, many of these individuals are not interested in following the law and only have an interest in collecting from you. This means they are counting on you not knowing your legal rights, so they are able to abuse them. Our Northbrook consumer law lawyers are here to protect your rights, in or out of court.
A few examples of creditor harassment which are illegal include:
- Showing up at your place of work to collect
- Contacting you very early in the morning or late at night
- Using threats, abusive language, or criminal charges
- Continuing to call after you have made a cease request in writing
- Calling your employer, family, or your friends
File A Lawsuit If Your Rights Have Been Violated
If creditors have harassed you and your rights have been violated, the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act) may allow you to sue. We can meet with you to determine if you have grounds for a lawsuit and help you seek damages from the offending creditors.