All across Salt Lake City, there are countless people who are avoiding their phones. The constant phone calls from debt collectors can drive anyone crazy. Many creditors and debt collection agencies constantly violate federal laws designed to protect consumers. Most get away with these practices because most people do not properly understand their rights. Whether you are drowning in debt or simply having a temporary financial setback, there are laws on the books to protect consumers from creditor harassment.
In 1977, Congress passed the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act to protect consumers from unnecessary creditor harassment. Although it is enforced by the Fair Trade Commission, far too many people throughout Utah continue to deal with the constant ringing of their phones. Knowing your rights is the first important step to stop creditor harassment. Here are some key rules under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act debt collectors constantly violate.
Far too many people throughout Utah live with the stress of constant creditor harassment. But it does not need to continue. Most avoid taking action because they are either unaware of the Fair Debt Collection Act or simply feel powerless. Instead of avoiding your phone, just one call to an experienced and knowledgeable legal professional is the first important step to finally put an end to creditor harassment. Your attorney can immediately contact the Federal Trade Commission to put an end the calls. They can also make sure those responsible are forced to face justice for their illegal acts.
Countless people in Salt Lake City struggle with overwhelming debt each day. But there is the solution. Salt Lake City bankruptcy attorney Just M. Myers has helped many clients resolve their debt issues, helping them get their lives back on track. He utilizes an aggressive and comprehensive approach to place each client in the best position to succeed. Do not allow a debt collector to abuse their powers. Take a stand. Contact the Salt Lake City law offices of Justin M. Myers and schedule a consultation to discuss your case.