Collection Abuse Attorneys
in Allentown, Pennsylvania
When Collection Tactics Are Abusive
Debt collectors are regulated in their debt collection activities by numerous state and federal laws. Even with this regulation, debt collectors often find it more profitable to break the law than abide by it. This leaves consumers at the mercy of ruthless collectors motivated by greed and unfazed by the possibility of being caught violating these laws. While the harassment and abuse you have endured may leave you feeling helpless, our attorneys can provide you with the collection abuse relief you are entitled to and deserve.
The deck is stacked against consumers by the use of sophisticated or unscrupulous debt collection tactics. As a consumer, you should not hesitate to shield yourself from these sharp practices and exercise your rights. Our law firm has the experience, resources and ability to zealously represent you in any federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act action. We file federal lawsuits against collectors who violate federal law. Rapa Law Office, P.C., can and will make illegal collection activity stop while securing you compensation for the debt collector’s unlawful tactics. We represent victims of Debt Collection abuse on a contingency basis, meaning we do not get paid unless you recover.
We firmly believe that those with the ability to pay should pay their just debts, but recognize that circumstances arise that make paying obligations difficult or impossible. Our country was founded on historic legal principles of basic human rights. We believe that regardless of your payment history, you should still be treated with dignity and respect. If you have been harassed or abused by a debt collector, you have legal rights and may be entitled to monetary compensation for a debt collector’s violation of your rights. We are dedicated to collection abuse relief. We sue debt collectors for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. It’s that simple.
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