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When you are struggling with large amounts of debt, the last thing you need is debt collectors calling your home at all hours of the day and night, calling your work, threatening you, and humiliating you. You don't have to put up with this treatment and are protected by federal law. In fact, it is illegal for debt collectors to abuse their power and threaten or harass debtors. The Fair Debt Collection Practice Act was passed by Congress in 1978 to protect debtors from the underhanded and inappropriate methods that debt collectors employ to collect debts. If you feel that a debt collector is harassing you, contact a Palmdale bankruptcy attorney from the firm as soon as possible. The attorney from the firm can take action to bring an end to the harassment.

The FDCPA protects debtors from the following behaviors: calling late at night or early in the morning, speaking rudely, saying they are a lawyer when they are not, making threats to sue or put you in jail, talking to your neighbors, co-workers or boss about your debt situation or putting a notice in the newspaper as to your failures to pay. Furthermore once you notify a collection agency or creditor that you have an attorney, they must communicate through the attorney. If you write them that you no longer wish to speak them, they must also stop communication except to provide important new information.

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Price Law Group has over 20 years of experience handling cases involving bankruptcy, creditor abuse and debt settlement. If debt collectors are harassing you, you need to speak with an attorney straight away. As soon as you have legal representation, debt collectors can no longer contact you personally. In addition to helping you with your creditor abuse issues, the attorney can help you with any other legal issues you may have. The legal team has assisted over 100,000 clients over the years and can help you.

Contact a Palmdale bankruptcy attorney today if you are being harassed by debt collectors.

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