Debt Collection Attorney | Serving Los Angeles, CA
Devoted To Protecting The Rights of You, The Consumer, Against Big and Small Businesses Alike. Specialized in FDCPA, Credit Card Harassment, Robocall Harassment, Lemon Law, etc.
Most businesses follow a general process for collecting debts, from friendly overdue reminders, to formal demand letters. Many businesses then turn the debt over to a debt collection agency that may resort to threats, misrepresentation, harassment, and legal action.
Delinquent debtors, however, are protected from harassing, oppressive, and abusive collection methods by the Federal Trade Commission’s Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. If the debt collector persists, acquiring the services of a Los Angeles attorney practicing in debt collection defense can end the harassment and possibly file a lawsuit against the collection agency on your behalf.
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