Which type of attorney for violations?

Asked 5 months ago - New York, NY

Background Info: I've paid a debt collector and they have since resold my paid account to collectors who are now suing me. Which type of attorney do I need to sue the pants off of them?

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  1. Anthony J. Pietrafesa

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    Answered . A consumer lawyer. Look at naca.net as a resource for a member near you.

  2. Louis Lawrence Sternberg

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    Answered . A debt settlement attorney or fair debt collection attorney.

    The above answer is intended for informational purposes and is not legal advice. It does not constitute the... more
  3. Eric Edward Rothstein

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    Answered . You probably want an attorney who handles Fair Debt Collection Practices Act cases.

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  4. Robert Jeremy Nahoum

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    Answered . You should consult with a consumer lawyer experienced in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). I have written extensively about it here: http://nahoumlaw.com/tag/fdcpa/

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  5. Mitchell Aaron Nathanson

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    Answered . If they did this to you, they likely did this to others. I would suggest a class action lawyer.

    I do NOT know you. I am NOT your lawyer. This answer is provided for the general public who may have similar... more

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