We can stop debt collection abuse and make collection agencies pay you!
- Up to $1,000 statutory damages
- Up to $500 or more for each illegal call or text
- No cost until we win or settle your case
- 100% FREE case review
Client Success Stories
A debt collection attorney’s office threatened to arrest me for check fraud and told my friends, family, co-workers, and employer about a debt I didn’t even owe. Mr. Stephenson stopped the calls, threats, and other debt collection abuses and obtained a massive damages award for me. Thanks to Mr. Stephenson I no longer fear debt collectors.
Why sue abusive debt collectors?
Stop the Calls, Threats, and Abuses
Lawsuits against abusive debt collection agencies stop all but the worst debt collectors in their tracks.
Monetary Damage Awards
The debt collector may have to pay you. Statutory damages under the FDCPA can be as high as $1,000.00 but in cases of severe emotional distress, damage awards can be much higher.
Hold the collection agency accountable for debt collection abuse and prevent others from suffering from the same deception, harassment, or threats.
No Upfront Costs
We only get paid our attorney’s fees if you win or settle your case and then only by the debt collectors. We don’t get paid until you get paid first. Even your initial case review is 100% free.
What conduct is prohibited by the FDCPA?
Debt collectors are required to treat you truthfully, and with fairness, dignity and respect. It is illegal to lie, harass, threaten, or otherwise abuse you. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, all of the following is strictly prohibited:
- Threatening to have you arrested
- Threatening to press criminal charges against you
- Calling your cell phone without your permission
- Suing you for a debt that resulted from identity theft
- Suing you for an old debt
- Threatening to revoke your driver’s license
- Collecting a debt discharged in bankruptcy
- Garnishing your wages or bank account for a debt that isn’t yours
- Pretending they are not a debt collector
- Making any false or deceptive statements
- Suing you in an inconvenient place
- Making any abusive comments or accusations
- Disclosing the existence of your debt to third parties
- Contacting you when you are represented by an attorney
- Calling you at inconvenient times or places
- Calling you after you tell them to stop calling