Connecticut Debt Collector Threats Lawyers

A recent research report from Marketdata Enterprises states that, "Debt collectors have been becoming increasingly aggressive" and that, "Collectors are ... cursing, threatening and insulting the people they're trying to get money from. And in many cases, they're telling lies that violate the law."

At The Law Offices of Neil Crane, LLC, we view this report as nothing new, but we take these cases very seriously. With local law offices in Bridgeport, Waterbury, Rocky Hill, Ridgefield and Hamden, Connecticut (CT), we handle debt collector harassment cases for our clients throughout the state on a daily basis.

Contact us today at 203-230-2233 or 888-249-3027 toll free to speak with a local Connecticut attorney familiar with debt collector threats immediately. We offer free telephone conversations and free office consultations.

The Banking Commissioner of the State of Connecticut reminds residents of the state that, "Consumer collection agencies may not harass or abuse you ... They ... may not use threats of violence ... [or] obscene language [or] publish a list of consumers who refuse to pay their debts (except to a credit rating agency)." (Source: www.ct.gov)

What Does This Mean To Debtors Who Have Endured Debt Collectors' Threats?

These reminders should reassure you of your rights as a consumer, as a debtor and as a citizen or resident of the United States. If you have been targeted with threats from debt collectors, you have recourse with legal options.

Under federal law, bankruptcy is a path to debt relief for all citizens throughout the United States. Recent laws such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Connecticut Creditor Collections Practices Act (CCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA) take relief beyond the bankruptcy courts into the federal and state courts, and into the everyday dealings between debtors and creditors, consumers and debt collectors.

Hamden, Connecticut (CT), Debt Collector Harassment Attorneys

Attorneys at our debt relief law firm have been dedicated to creating legal solutions for individuals and small businesses facing financial problems since 1983. We help clients sue harassing creditors and debt collectors on a regular basis — in many cases, avoiding bankruptcy while obtaining relief from financial abuse.

Over three decades, we have steadily built a strong reputation as one of the leading providers of bankruptcy relief in Connecticut. In addition to helping people decide whether bankruptcy is right for them — and helping them eliminate or greatly reduce debts through this legal method of debt relief — we help clients fight creditor harassment.

Attorneys For Debtors Who Have Endured Debt Collectors' Threats

Banks may own your Congress, but you still have rights as a consumer. These reminders should reassure you of your rights as a consumer, as a debtor, and as a citizen or resident of the United States. If you have been targeted with threats from debt collectors, you have recourse with legal options.

Under federal law, bankruptcy is a path to debt relief for all citizens throughout the United States. Recent laws such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Connecticut Creditor Collections Practices Act (CCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA) take relief beyond the bankruptcy courts into the federal and state courts, and into the everyday dealings between debtors and creditors, consumers and debt collectors.

Hartford, Stamford And New Haven Unfair Debt Practices Lawyers

Attorneys at our debt relief law firm have been dedicated to creating legal solutions for individuals and small businesses facing financial problems since 1983. We help clients sue harassing creditors and debt collectors on a regular basis — in many cases, avoiding bankruptcy while obtaining relief from financial abuse.

Our founding attorney, Neil Crane, is a renowned Connecticut bankruptcy and debt relief lawyer. He often takes clients on referrals from advocacy groups and attorneys who know that he has the in-depth knowledge and experience necessary to help people who face unreasonable threats from debt collectors.

Hamden, Connecticut (CT), Debt Collector Harassment Attorneys

Contact us today at 203-230-2233 or 888-249-3027 toll free to speak with an experienced Connecticut debt collector threats attorney immediately.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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