Creditor Abuse Prevention, part of the Doan Difference TM

By admin • July 30th, 2010

A vast majority of our clients are unlawfully harassed by creditors in violation of federal law.  The most common violations are:

  • Repeated calling
  • Using abusive language
  • Calling neighbors & family
  • Calling at work
  • Calling early in the morning or late at night
  • Threatening legal action to intimidate
  • Continuing to call after represented by counsel
  • Continuing to call after being asked to stop

We take this unlawful conduct very seriously.  As part of The Doan DifferenceTM, we heavily pursue creditors who violate the RFDCPA/FDCPA, the state and federal laws protecting consumers from debt collectors.

We prepare a letter to all your creditors informing them that we represent you.  This letter also puts them on notice that we expect them to abide by the law.  Most creditors will comply which means they will no longer call you, your work or your friends and family.  We pursue any creditors that continue to violate the law.

Over 50% of our clients that have had creditors violate the law recovered their cost of filing bankruptcy.  A law-violating creditor paying for a bankruptcy is sweet irony.  Many clients receive a settlement to help them with their “fresh start”.  We take all cases on a contingency fee.  You pay only a percentage of what is recovered.

We treat our clients like family.  Since we wouldn’t let our mothers be harassed by creditors, we’ll make sure you aren’t either.

 

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