Stop the Constant Stress of Debt Collections

If you’re getting calls from debt collectors, your financial stress is probably running high. Not only do you have the burden of finding a way to get out of debt, you may be dealing with debt collectors that cross the line and violate your rights. The good news is that there are solutions that can help you solve your debt problems but fight back against abusive and harassing tactics by collectors.

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Talk to resolution specialist now that can match you with the exact solution (or solutions) that you need to end the stress of debt collection, so you can get back to financial stability.

Can a Debt Collector Have Me Arrested?
In 19th Century England, more than half of all prisoners were there for unpaid bills. But in the United States, there’s no such thing as debtor’s prison. Not since the 1830s anyway.

Here’s how it works in this century; if you don’t pay your bills, you don’t go to prison. But you could still go to court. You can be sued for what you owe. And while you won’t be sent up the river, your credit score can sink to the bottom of the ocean.

If a debt collector threatens you with jail time, it’s a big, fat, lie. It’s also a warning sign. Don’t be bullied. Call if debt collectors are harassing you, and we can make them stop. Because this is the 21st century and there are laws against collector harassment. We can tell you all about them, just call us.

Don’t Believe a Debt Collector’s Threats!

Debt collectors will make all kinds of threats to try and scare you into repaying. But these types of statements aren’t just untrue – they’re against the law. So, for instance, if a debt collector threatens to send you to jail, it’s not you that needs to worry about the lawman. It’s them. You can’t be sent to jail because you don’t pay a debt collection bill. And if a collector tells you that you will, it’s harassment. You may be able to sue them civil court and get damages for their lies and abuse.

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Mapping America’s Delinquencies and Defaults

Roughly one in four Americans have some type of debt or account that's in collections. Whether it's a delinquent credit card account, a defaulted student loan, or an unpaid medical debt, it all means the same thing for the consumer – harassing phone calls, demands for payments, and constant financial stress. We've gathered up the latest debt collection statistics so you can see just how many Americans face challenges with collections and why collection issues consistently top the CFPB's list of top consumer complaints every year.

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Whether you need to file complaints against collector harassment or settle your debt to get the collectors off your back, we can help. Get a free evaluation today.

Have Questions about Debt Collection?

If you have questions about how to deal with debt collectors, what counts as collector harassment or what your rights are under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we can help. Ask’s panel of certified debt experts to get the answers you need so you can stop the phone calls and end your problems with collectors quickly with the least hassle possible.

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Don’t spend another day stressed and dodging collectors. can help you find solutions to get out of debt and stop abuse by debt collectors now.

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Having debts in collections is stressful and dodging avoidance can lead to calls to your employer and lawsuits. Here are eight better ways to deal with a debt collector that don’t involve just paying outright.