Fair Debt Collection Practices Act in California
What is the FDCPA?
Enacted in 1978, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a set of laws
to help protect consumers who has found themselves in excessive debt.
Violations to the act could result in serious consequences for the collector
who is harassing you. If you have experienced any of the following, we
urge you to contact a
California bankruptcy and debt relief attorney at Price Law Group immediately.
If a collector has contacted you between the hours of 9 pm and 8 am, contacted
you at your work place after your employer specifically requested for
this not to take place, used profane language or threats to force you
to repay, or contacted your friends or family to discuss your debt, then
you could have a creditor abuse case on your hand.
How can a California bankruptcy lawyer help me?
After experiencing any of the previous harassments by a creditor, and immediately
consulting with a debt relief attorney, you will find that there are many
alternatives to bankruptcy and finding debt relief. Whether you chose
the path of
debt negotiation, or filing for
chapter 7 bankruptcy, a trustworthy attorney at our firm will support you and your family until
the very last day.
For all of your debt relief and FDCPA inquiries,
contact a California bankruptcy attorney at Price Law Group without hesitance!
For more information call us at 866-210-1722 or fill out the form below.