Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
The FDCPA was passed to protect consumers against abusive, unfair, and deceptive debt collection practices. We pride ourselves on pursuing FDCPA actions on behalf of consumers and against debt collectors as our flagship practice of law. We zealously pursue debt collectors and seek compensation on behalf of our consumer clients. Because the FDCPA forces unlawful debt collectors to pay the attorney’s fees and costs of our pursuits, consumers are not asked to pay any upfront attorney’s fees or costs for our professional services. We are very interested in hearing about your FDCPA claims, so please complete the online form below for more information on your FDCPA rights and how you can fight back.
Sample Debt Collection Dispute Letter (FDCPA)
You have a right under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act to restrict the manner and nature in which debt collectors contact you as well as demand certain documents that establish the alleged existence of the debt. You also have a right to learn the name and the address of the original creditor if different from the one who now allegedly owns the debt. Remember to send your dispute via Certified Mail/Return Receipt Requested. Sample Debt Collection Dispute Letter
Debt Collection Call Log (FDCPA)
When you are contacted by a debt collector, you should always keep a log of who called, the Caller ID information, the date of a call, and who said what. You never know when such information will prove vital to protecting your consumer rights. Here you can find a Call Log so that you can keep track of this important information. You can print as many copies a you need, and you should keep them near your telephone. Debt Collection Call Log