Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Are you being harassed by debt collectors?

At the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC, we know how burdensome debt can be for a person. Debt does not simply mean financial hardship; it can also cause a tremendous mental and emotional strain on your well-being as well. Constant harassment from debt collectors or collection agencies can cause you to be constantly wary at work, home, or when out with relatives or neighbors.

If a debt collector or collection agency has contacted you late at night or has called a relative, you may be entitled to an award from the court. Our New York debt relief attorneys have years of experience and we have helped individuals in New York resolve their debt problems with unique and innovative solutions. We understand that unexpected hardships can come at any time, and we believe that your rights need to be protected from abusive agencies that are kicking you while you are down!

Dedicated to Protecting Consumers in New York

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was specifically created with the rights of American consumers in mind. The act was passed in an effort to prohibit predatory and abusive practices by debt collectors. This type of invasion of privacy can lead to significant damages, including unnecessarily filing for bankruptcy, emotional harm, mental instability, and job loss.

According to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, debt collectors or collection agencies cannot engage in abusive conduct to consumers in any of the following ways:

  • Calling at any unusual time or place, or a place that is known to be inconvenient to you
  • Pursuing collection of debt even if the debt collector knows you are represented by an attorney
  • Calling or communicating to you at your place of employment
  • Using or threatening to use violence or other criminal means to harm you
  • Using obscene or profane language
  • Publicizing a list of consumers who has allegedly refused to pay debts
  • Advertising the sale of any debt to coerce the payment of debt
  • Calling or communicating without fully disclosing identity

If you have been harassed by a debt collector or agency, we can review your claims under the Fair Debt collection Practices Act to protect your consumer rights and prevent you from being harassed again!

We fight for your rights! Hire a New York debt relief attorney today!

What is the FDCPA, and what are my rights under the FDCPA?

If you are tired of living with debt, do not hesitate a moment longer to retain a New York debt relief lawyer from the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC! Our number-one concern is to make certain that you are not violated under federal law, and we will do everything within our ethical reaches to review your claims under the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act.

Do not let a debt collector take advantage of your life. Our job is not to make your life more difficult or to judge how you got in your current financial situation. Instead, we are completely dedicated to providing competent and creative legal solutions to help relieve the burden of debt from your shoulders - which could make your life and your future much brighter!

Contact the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC today to schedule your free case evaluation! There are no hidden fees, so the key to obtaining debt relief and securing your financial future could be one simple phone call away. Call us today and get started with a debt relief law firm that has helped past clients achieve a good deal out of debt settlements!

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