Federal Law Protects You From Creditors Phone Calls

Submitted by Denvil Crowe on Tue, 09/19/2017 - 5:00pm

When filing for bankruptcy, it’s important for all residents of Northeastern Mississippi to be aware of certain vital information. Denvil Crowe may provide this necessary information. Some of this valuable knowledge involves knowing how certain federal laws protect Mississippi residents and all Americans from creditor harassment in the form of phone calls. Please schedule a consultation today at our conveniently located office 1 in Tupelo to find out more. It may make a difference!

Debt collectors commonly use phone calls and threatening messages to harass people who have delinquent loan payments. This type of harassment and contact isn't anything that any normal consumer would desire. Most, if not all, people who are the subject of such harassment wish that debt collectors would simply stop calling them on the telephone and allow them to regroup and get their financial problems under control.

What many people don't know is that sending creditors a letter requesting them to stop such phone calls is one of the protections provided by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act 2("FDCPA"). Denvil Crowe, an attorney well-skilled in the knowledge of how federal law may protect consumers, has the ability to inform prospective bankruptcy filers of all the protections afforded by federal bankruptcy and consumer protection law.

In addition to providing the option of opting out of collection phone calls with a cease-and-desist letter, the FDCPA protects consumers by limiting the timing and recurrence of creditor phone calls.

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