Creditor Harassment

Recent Posts in Creditor Harassment

  • 5-May-2014

    Does Bankruptcy Stop Creditor Harassment?

    When an individual is unable to keep up with financial obligations, the last thing that individual needs is to have creditors calling at all hours of the day, making threats and engaging in unethical collection tactics to try and force him or her ...
  • 12-Mar-2014

    My Creditor Has Filed a Lawsuit Against Me. What Should I Do?

    When an individual obtains a loan, takes out a mortgage on a house, acquires a credit card or purchases any item with deferred payments, he or she has a legal responsibility to the creditor to fulfill the agreed-upon terms of that financial ...
  • 14-Aug-2013

    Five Ways Your Debt Collector May (or May Not) Be Harassing You

    If you are in debt, you may have debt collectors contacting you on a consistent basis. As pesky as some of them may be, some typical ways a collector may try to reach you may in fact be illegal. You have legal protections in place from the Fair Debt ...
  • 8-Nov-2012

    Creditor Harassment: Put an End to It

    While bankruptcy can have many benefits, possibly one of the most advantageous facets of filing for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is that creditor harassment can be put to a stop. No one deserves to be called relentlessly until they pay ...

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