Collection Harassment

Are you experiencing collection harassment? Our attorneys can stop it right now!

FDCPA Help With Collection Harassment Is Available Right Now

Our attorneys are standing by to help you with the collection harassment that you may be suffering at the hands of collection agencies and collection law firms who are breaking the law in their attempts to communicate with you regarding your or a that they allege that you owe. The FDCPA or Fair Collection Practices Act was created by the Congress of the United States in 1977 and enacted in 1978, as a result of complaints received from consumers involving collection harassment and abuse. The Congress wanted to stop collection harassment throughout the United States and penalize each collection agency and collection law firm that was involved in this type of collection activity. 

Have you been subjected to collection harassment? Has a collector cursed at you or threatened you? Have you been treated unfairly by the collection agent, perhaps, threatened with garnishment, violence or prison? The FDCPA is comprised of many different laws which describe what can be done when attempting to collect consumer debt and what cannot be done. Collection harassment is something that you do not have to tolerate and our FDCPA attorneys can stop these types of violations quickly and efficiently on your behalf through our legal representation.

If you are being harassed by a collector or many different collectors, you can do something about it. The attorneys at Hyslip & Taylor, LLC are highly experienced and knowledgeable in the federal statutes commonly known as the FDCPA. If you are ready to do something about the collection harassment that you are having to deal with from a collection agency or collection law firm, then click on the "Get Started" button just above so that our attorneys can evaluate your potential case. Many consumers are unaware of what a collector can do or say in the process of collecting a debt. Therefore, if you feel upset or offended by how a collector is treating you, you should allow us to review what is going on so we can make a legal determination as to what laws (if any) are being violated.

Most of the collection laws implemented by the states are virtually the same as the FDCPA, or follow the FDCPA very closely. These laws, including the FDCPA, were created to stop collection harassment that repeatedly comes from collection agencies and collection law firms when a collector oversteps his bounds and chooses to violate the law.  Most collectors that harass consumers are doing so to make more money quickly or to reach their company quota so they will receive their bonus. The collectors know that by utilizing collection harassment techniques, they can cause emotional distress with the consumer which increases the chances of collecting the money from the consumer significantly. 

Is a debt collector subjecting you to collection harassment?

The attorneys at Hyslip & Taylor, LLC are prepared to fight to protect your legal rights against collection harassment. Our legal services are free to those consumers who feel that their rights have been violated under the FDCPA. It only takes a minute or two to fill out our "Case Evaluation Form" and you will be able to put your mind at ease knowing that you are doing something about the collection harassment that is being inflicted upon you by the collection company. Our attorneys evaluate your potential case very quickly to determine the law or laws that have been violated and a skilled attorney will contact you immediately to provide help with your situation.

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We Provide FDCPA Help For Collection Harassment In The Following States and Districts:

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ABOUT OUR LAW FIRM: We are a regional Consumer law firm with attorneys licensed to practice in the State of Illinois and in the State of Ohio. FDCPA is serviced by the Law Offices of Hyslip & Taylor, LLC LPA. Our lawyers limit their practice to Federal Litigation and Members of our LLC and our Of Counsel Lawyers practice in Federal Courts throughout the country . If upon reviewing your fact situation, we determine that we cannot bring your case in one of the Federal Jurisdictions where our Members and Of Counsel Lawyers are authorized to practice law federally, we will refer you to an unaffiliated FDCPA attorney in the appropriate federal jurisdiction at no cost. We will collect no referral fee in those cases, and as such, are specifically not directing this website/advertisement to consumers in any Federal Jurisdictions that we are not authorized to practice. We are a Federal Litigation Boutique.

ATTORNEY ADVERTISING: We are a relief agency; we help people file for Bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. This Blog/Web Site is made available for educational purposes only as well as to give you general information and a general understanding of the law, not to provide specific legal advice. By using this site you understand that there is no attorney client relationship between you and attorney/law firm. This Blog/Web Site should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed professional attorney in your state. Attorneys Jeffrey S. Hyslip, Licensed in Ohio and Michelle Taylor (Macey) are responsible for the content of this website. Regarding the use of the term “free” on this website, “free” indicates that our law firm offers representation at no out of pocket expense to you and/or on a contingency basis. Any fees we collect will be paid for by the collection and thus is “free” to you.