Minnesota Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) Attorney

ABUSIVE DEBT COLLECTION

Consumers who have been harassed by abusive debt collectors can call the law firm of Tarshish Cody PLC for a Free Consultation at 651-505-3335.  We make the debt collectors pay our fees and costs and our legal representation is 100% Free for You.

WHAT IS THE FDCPA?

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) protects consumers from illegal debt collection practices by debt collection representatives.

TYPES OF DEBT COLLECTION HARASSMENT AND VIOLATIONS OF THE FDCPA

Be on the look out for debt collectors doing any of the following:

  • Multiple calls per week
  • Early or late day calls
  • Calls to people you know, such as friends, neighbors, or coworkers
  • Sharing debtor information to family, co-workers, or friends
  • Intimidation / Threats of violence, lawsuit or other legal action, or arrest
  • Attempts to collect an amount more than you owe
  • Threatening a negative credit reporting
  • Calls at your place of employment
  • Criminal accusations
  • Lies from Collection Agency
  • Swearing and use of obscene language
  • Auto Dials / Robocalls to your mobile phone

HOW OUR ATTORNEYS CAN HELP YOU

  • Stop The Calls and the Harassment: We can stop all debt collection calls once our firm is retained.
  • Get up to $1,000 in statutory damages AND any actual damages from EACH debt collector violating the FDCPA.
  • No Cost To You: We get the debt collectors to pay our legal fees.

Our attorneys at Tarshish Cody PLC aggressively pursue damages available to injured consumers under the FDCPA. We welcome your call today at 651-505-3335 (or fill out the free case evaluation form below) to help you through the legal issues of your FDCPA case. We are happy to review the facts of your situation and determine whether you have a claim under the FDCPA.

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