You Can Opt-Out Of Telemarketing Calls, Commercial Mail, And Email

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When filing for bankruptcy, it’s important for all residents of Northeastern Mississippi to be aware of certain necessary and important information. Denvil Crowe has been providing this information to the residents of Mississippi for decades. Some of this valuable information includes the knowledge of how certain federal laws protect consumers from creditor harassment. Please schedule a consultation today at our conveniently located office in Tupelo to find out more. It may make a difference!

Debt collectors typically use phone calls and threatening messages to harass people who are behind on their debt payments. No one would want to be subjected to this type of harassment and contact. Anyone in this situation just wishes that debt collectors would stop calling and allow them to try to gain control over their financial problems.

Consumers may use the National Do Not Call Registry to reduce telemarketing calls that they receive at their residence. To register a phone number or to get information about the registry, visit, or call 1-888-382-1222 from the phone number to be registered. Once a request is submitted, contact should stop within 31 days of registration.

The Direct Marketing Association's (DMA) Mail Preference Service (MPS) lets consumers opt out of receiving unsolicited commercial mail from many national companies for five years. The DMA also has an Email Preference Service (eMPS) to help reduce unsolicited commercial emails. Registration is free and good for six years.

To register with DMA's Mail Preference Service, see, or mail a request with a $1 processing fee to:

DMA choice

Direct Marketing Association

P.O. Box 643

Carmel, NY 10512

Maybe you just need some basic information about bankruptcy. If so, Denvil Crowe's office is readily available to help you find the answers to all of your debt solution questions and problems. Thoughtful, caring, and informative, we can help you decide what is best for you financially and whether bankruptcy is your best option. Call 800-429-HELP (4357), email us at or check us out online today.

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