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Debt Harassment Lawyers

Residents of Arizona or Utah: if you have experienced harassment by a debt collector, contact a lawyer from the immediately. Simply fill out the contact form to the right or call 1-800-917-4000. An attorney is ready to discuss your case. Debt Harassment Debt collectors have the tough job of contacting those who owe, and working out a repayment plan. Despite how hard the job is, there is no excuse for harassing the debtor. Not only is it unprofessional to harass the debtor, it is also illegal. If you owe money, and you have experienced harassment any form (including those listed below), contact a lawyer from right away. Forms of harassment: Calling before 8am and after 9pm Threats of physical harm or violence, as well as threats of arrest or imprisonment Using profanity or obscene language Incessant calling with the intent to annoy or harass Continuing communication after notification to cease Humiliating or publicly displaying your debts Others listed in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act of 1996 Basically, the debt collector must be courteous and act in a professional manner as to not degrade or intimidate the debtor.

How a Debt Harassment Lawyer Can Help

When you are being pursued by a debt collector, you have enough to worry about. When you are being harassed by a debt collector, it can compound the problems even further. By hiring an attorney from the , you will not just have legal counsel on your side (in fact, hiring an attorney for all debt collections is the recommended procedure). As soon as a debt collector receives written notice that you are being represented by an attorney, they must cease all communication with you, and start communicating with the attorney. If they continue to send you mail, messages, and call you, they are continuing to harass you. An attorney can help you not only get them to stop, but they can also help you obtain compensation for any stress and trauma you have experienced. A debt harassment lawyer will not only be your representative, but they will also help you build a case against the harasser. With your notes and recorded phone calls, and the lawyer’s help in drafting letters requesting verification of the debt, cease and desist orders, and filling a lawsuit against the harasser you can once again have peace about your life. Dealing with a debt collector is stressful enough on your own. Dealing with one who is harassing you and threatening you is even worse. Fortunately Phillips Dayes is here to help you in your fight against the unscrupulous debt collector.

Contact Phillips Dayes

If you are in Arizona or Utah, there is no need to suffer the harassment and stress brought about by a debt collector who refuses to follow the law. Instead, call and schedule your free initial consultation with a lawyer from the . If you feel that you are being harassed, get in touch with a lawyer today to see if you have a case against the debt collections agency.

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