Creditor Abuse

Your financial well-being directly impacts every other facet of your life. When debt collectors are harassing you, when creditors are misreporting payments to credit bureaus, or when you run afoul of predatory payday lenders in trying to make ends meet, the future can look bleak.

That’s where Nevada Bankruptcy Attorneys comes in. It’s our mission to advocate on your behalf and to hold companies that break the law accountable. We have extensive experience in using laws like the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to recover money for our clients. Not only does that help our clients’ financial well-being, but it sends a clear message to debt collectors, creditors, and robocallers that they can’t get away with breaking the law.

Discover how Nevada Bankruptcy Attorneys can help you if you’ve been subjected to:

Debt Collector Abuse:  Being hounded by dead collectors can be irritating, maddening, or even frightening. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act allows you to sue lawbreaking debt collectors and recover up to $1,000.

Cell Phone Abuse: If you’re receiving cell phone robocalls or spam text messages, the law is on your side. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act empowers you to put robocallers in their place and receive up to $1,500 per call or text.

Fair Credit Reporting: Inaccurate items on your credit report can prevent you from getting a mortgage, renting an apartment, getting a job, obtaining a car loan, or getting a credit card. The law is on your side, and we can make those who break the law pay you.

Payday Loan Abuse: Payday loans can be a vicious cycle, one where exorbitant interest rates prevent you from ever catching up, much less getting ahead. Federal and state laws protect you from unscrupulous lenders.

Consumer Class Actions: Class action lawsuits make sense when it’s impractical for individuals in similar circumstances to each file their own case against the same big business. We use class actions to hold wrongdoers accountable.

When it comes to creditor abuse, it’s important to assert your rights. Don’t wait – call Nevada Bankruptcy Attorneys today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. We can get the compensation you deserve.

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