Lawyers for Unfair Debt Collection Practices

Lawyers for Unfair Debt Collection Tactics

Unfair debt collection lawyers: Daytona FL; Fort Myers FL; Ft Lauderdale FL; Gainesville FL; Jacksonville FL; Lakeland FL; Miami FL; Ocala FL; Orlando FL; Panama City FL; Pensacola FL; Sarasota FL;  St. Augustine FL; Tallahassee FL; Tampa FL; Treasure Coast FL; and West Palm Beach FL;for breaking the FDPCA laws. Did A collection Agency Use Tactics To Collect a Debt? You are protected by the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act. The  FDCPA regulates how, when, why, and from whom a debt collector may attempt to collect a debt from you. Did they pretend to be a police officer and acting on behalf of a government agency? Did they use or threatening to use force or violence? Did they communicate , or threaten to communicate, with your employer about the debt, unless they have taken a judgment against you Did they threaten to go after you even though you have  disputed the debt, report, or threaten to report, derogatory information about a disputed debt to a credit reporting agency without also disclosing the existence of your dispute? Did they contact third parties about your debt? Did they harrass you or your family about the debt? Did they contact you between the hours of 9 p.m. and 8 a.m. without your permission? Did they hold themselves out as attorneys, or misrepresent to you that an attorney is involved? Did they file a lawsuit against you in the wrong venue or sue you in a distant court to make it difficult for you to defend the lawsuit? Did they send you communications, such as forms and “summons” designed to look like attorney letters or government documents? Did they use obscene, profane, vulgar, or abusive language when communicating with you or your family threaten or attempt to enforce an illegitimate debt against you, such as a debt that has expired under the statute of limitations? Did they knowingly hire an unlicensed CCA to collect a debt? Did they mail you documents that contain embarrassing words or phrases on a postcard or envelope, and communicating directly with you when they know you are represented by an attorney? If a collector  violates , the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act You Can Be Compensated One-Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) plus any actual damages the collector may cause; Potential for an award of attorneys’ fees and litigation costs. In Florida The Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act Protects You Lawsuits Under the The Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act Can Compensate You Potential for statutory damages up to One-Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) plus any actual damages the collector may cause; Potential for an award of attorneys’ fees and litigation costs. If you believe a collection agency used unfair tactics to collect  a debt speak to one of our fair debt collection attorneys today.