Know Your Rights

Creditors cannot be calling at odd hours or calling work, after they have been advised not to do so. Harassing phone calls, especially those containing threats of violence do not have to be accepted by anyone.


Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) provides protections to consumers who are dealing with a debt collector. The FDCPA is a very powerful statute that gives you the ammunition to fight back against these unsavory collectors.


If you are being threatened by a debt collector or if you think they might have violated your consumer rights, contact us right away at (619) 894-8831 or File a Claim Now!

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You Don’t Have to Put Up With Creditor Harassment!

Just about everyone who gets a little behind on their bills will get a friendly reminder call from a creditor. But once in awhile, those calls turn out to be not so friendly. While there are certain laws to protect the consumer from harassing calls at home and at work, not every debt collector plays by the rules.

They are willing to try to browbeat, threaten and take whatever steps they deem necessary to collect money and some actually believe they are doing the right thing with their collection efforts. Many consumers will cave to their demands simply to stop the calls. However, if one creditor is calling there’s a good chance that others are also making the calls and getting one to stop will not stop the others.

Call the BLC Law Center

If a violation of your rights has occurred, an attorney can either use that violation as leverage when negotiating your debt or alternatively, help you pursue legal recourse for the violation. It is important to keep in mind that an FDCPA violation by your collector does not eliminate your debt, but it may help in your negotiations.

If you would like to learn more about your rights or feel that your rights may have been violated, speak with one of the FDCPA lawyers at BLC Law Center. Give us a call today at 619-894-8831 or contact us now for a free consultation.

Being Harassed by Creditors? YOU MAY BE OWED $1000 OR MORE, CALL US NOW 619-894-8831