Unpaid bills? Settled a debt, but collectors are STILL calling you? Identity theft... more
Unpaid bills? Settled a debt, but collectors are STILL calling you? Identity theft victim? Debt collectors must treat consumers truthfully, fairly, and with dignity and respect. If they don't, consumers have the right to sue for damages. I defend consumers against debt collection and sue debt collectors in cases of abuse, deception, harassment, and threats, including harassing phone calls and f... view profile
A Raleigh native, Jeff earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science from... more
A Raleigh native, Jeff earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science from North Carolina State University in 1986. He earned his law degree from Campbell University School of Law in 1989 where his article “Battered Spouse Syndrome” was published in the Campbell Law Review. Jeff is an experienced Raleigh criminal lawyer. For other law specialties, see our practice area pages: Persona... view profile
When someone else uses your name without your consent, you are the victim of identity theft and may benefit from the services of an identity theft attorney. There are many types of identity theft: financial identity theft occurs when someone uses your name and social security number to make purchases; criminal identity theft occurs when someone gets arrested and gives your name as theirs; identity cloning occurs when someone pretends to be you; and commercial identity theft occurs when someone uses your business' name and reputation to get credit. Identity theft is not always easy to detect, nor is it easy to stop. An identity theft fraud lawyer will recognize the signs when a theft has taken place, and know best how to help you get your identity back.