Stopping Creditor Harassment
Don’t Live Under the Scrutiny of Creditors any Longer!
There are certain laws in place which make it illegal for creditors to use abusive or deceptive practices in attempting to recover money from you. No matter the circumstances of your debt, you are not required to undergo such treatment. If you are experiencing this, contact Attorney Cain & his associates right away. You deserve to have someone fighting for your rights and seeing that you are treated with the respect you deserve.
Examples of illegal creditor practices include creditors calling you before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m. or phoning you at your work when they have been advised not to do so. If creditors are calling you with a frequency that could be expected to create annoyance or an abusive situation they are harassing you. Creditors may also ignore your written notice to cease to communicate with you and continue to do so, they have also been known to use abusive or obscene language when talking with people. Creditors may be calling you directly when they have been advised to refer to your attorney and they refuse to listen. It is also harassment when they are threatening to take legal action or other disciplinary measures which they are not intending or do not have the right to take. Creditors really cross the line when they begin communicating with your friends, family or associates in an attempt to recover your debt by misrepresenting themselves in some way or form. If any of the above has happened to you, we urge you to contact our Nashville office right away.
Protecting Your Rights Today & for the Future!
Trey Cain has been practicing law since 2000 and is devoted to helping you improve the quality of your life however possible. If you are the victim of creditor harassment, contactCain & Associates, PLLC, as soon as possible. We can take immediate steps to endeavor to have this activity cease and increase our efforts as needed. No one deserves to be treated in such a degrading manner and we will advocate fearlessly for your rights. We may even advise legal action against the creditor for violation of the above laws.