Telephone Consumer Protection Act
One of the first lines of attack that debt collectors use against people is telephone harassment. Almost everyone who has ever fallen behind on a bill understands how incessant debt collectors can be in terms of calling many times a day, day after day. Sometimes, the debt collector will simply call and hang up. Sometimes, they will call a friend, a neighbor or even your employer to “locate you.”
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) offers a number of protections which are designed to prevent debt collector harassment. A key way in which this act seeks to dissuade debt collectors from harassing people over the phone is by providing damages. Debt collectors can be made financially liable for every violation of the TCPA.
If you believe that you are the victim of unlawful telephone harassment, discuss your situation with one of our highly experienced attorneys. We will be happy to analyze your case and help you prevent further harassment.
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At Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.., we are skilled at enforcing the rights of people against all forms of illegal debt collection practices. With more than 100 years of combined experience, our attorneys have the depth of understanding on laws, such as the TCPA, to make debt collectors who violate it pay for their infringements on the rights and privacy of our clients. We are committed to helping people avoid the overwhelming telephone harassment that so many debt collectors employ.
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When you are concerned that you have been the victim of debt collection practices that violate the law, turn to the highly skilled and experienced West Virginia unlawful telephone harassment attorneys of Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 304-574-2727 , toll free at 888-279-7919 or simply contact us online.
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