Legal Advice for Collection Agency — 17 results
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 11 months ago.
Collection agencies buy up debts for pennies on the dollar hoping to get some return on their investment. They typically engage in strongarm tactics to get their money, including calling... more
Written by attorney Jesse Conway, over 3 years ago.
What can a debt collector do to me?
This depends on whether the debt is secured or unsecured. Secured debt is debt that has collateral. For instance, if you have a car loan, the lender... more
Written by attorney Vivek Jayaram, almost 4 years ago.
If your phone calls and letters have
failed to resolve a debt issue with a business client, it may be time
to seek professional services. But should you go to a collection agency
or hire... more
Written by attorney Gary D. Nitzkin, about 5 years ago.
Remain Calm By remaining calm, you shows no fear towards the collector and remain in control of the conversation. You also avoid making a statement that could be used against her in court.... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Seidberg, over 2 years ago.
lton County, Georgia hopes to recoup $2 million from unpaid traffic tickets and code violations. Centrally located and populated by more than a million residents, the Atlanta county... more
Written by attorney Wadi F Muhaisen, about 3 years ago.
You allegedly owe money, and a debt collector or collection agency is calling you night and day. In the past, Debt Collectors could legally behave in very egregious behavior,... more
Written by attorney Robinson Rowe, over 2 years ago.
Many debtors are subject to abuse and harassment from Collection Agencies. This is absolutely illegal under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and its Maryland counterpart.... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hyslip, almost 6 years ago.
This guide will assist you in stopping Collection Agency Agency Harassment
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hyslip, over 2 years ago.
So, you’re getting harassed by a collection agency. You want to hold the collection agency liable for their actions and recover the money damages that the FDCPA says you’re entitled to.... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hyslip, about 2 years ago.
Debt collectors frequently call consumers at work to intimidate them. Here is what you can do to get them to stop or, in the alternative, get some cash in your pocket.
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