Debt harassment calls can affect your life, and the constant disruptive calls can make it difficult to accomplish your day to day tasks .
Are you suffering at the hands of harassing debt collectors? If so, the attorneys at FL Legal Group are here to help.
We understand that you maybe struggling financially, and that the last thing you need is a harassing debt creditor taking illegal steps to pressure you into making payments and placing you in unjustified fear.
We pride ourselves on being compassionate and aggressive attorneys who will champion your cause, and get you the protection you deserve from the harassing debt creditors .
How Do We Represent Our Clients
We represent clients under various consumer protections laws including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (‘TCPA”), and the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (“FCCPA”).
These laws give you the ability to bring suit against harassing debt creditors when they cross the line attempting to collect on a debt from you.
Our offer is simple: we will provide a free case evaluation or meet for a free consultation. If you have a case, we will represent you with no money out of pocket. If we win your case, the harassing debt creditor pays our fees.
We fight unethical debt collectors on behalf of consumers like you in the Tampa area and elsewhere in Florida. We will put an end to harassing phone calls and other abuse that violates any of these laws. We are on your side.
QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS:
First, you have to tell them to stop calling by either telling the caller “Stop calling me,” or mail a one-sentence letter requesting that the calls stop. If they ignore you and you still get calls, it’s time to call us. The calls will stop right after FL Legal Group files a suit or send a letter on your behalf.
If a debt collector is calling you by mistake, then they are probably violating the law. If they continue to call after you told them of the wrong number, it means they are knowingly breaking the law.
There is no out of pocket cost for up front for taking your case because we work on a contingency fee basis. That means that we do not get paid unless we win your case. When we do, depending on the facts of your case, either the harassing creditor will pay our fees directly, or we will retain a fraction of the monetary settlement recovered on your behalf.
It may not be legal if the creditor is using an automatic dialer in a call center. You have the right to revoke consent to receive calls. Contact us as soon as possible as you may have a strong legal case.
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE LAW:
This is the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act that set limitations on actions third-party debt collectors can and cannot take when collecting on outstanding debt from consumers. It provides consumers with the right to sue for monetary damages or injunctive relief when they have been a victim of harassment. If a violation is found, the consumer could win up to $1000 in statutory damages and any actual damages. In addition, the debt collector is responsible for any attorney fees.