How To Get Debt Collectors To Stop Calling You
In our lifetime, we will all likely have some form of debt. It can be overwhelming if people fail to take responsibility for their debt. If the debt piles up and the person can’t pay his bills on schedule, creditors will soon be calling. When debt collectors call, people can be persistent. To collect a debt, debt collectors may call family members, friends, workplaces, and even close friends. Instead of having debt collectors harass you, it is possible to end their harassment.
These are the best ways to get debt collectors off your wish list.
Talk To Your Employers
If you tell your employer, your employer might be able to relay the information to debt collectors. Under the fair debt collection act, your employer can legally ask debt collectors not to contact you at work. They must inform the debt collector to stop calling.
Take a Look At Bankruptcy
You can file for bankruptcy to automatically place a stop on your accounts. This will prevent creditors from contacting you to collect your debts. To place an automatic stop on your account, you can file for bankruptcy. Your creditors won’t contact you unless your bankruptcy filing or chapter 13 Baker tiered payment plan has been filed.
Contact our lawyers today if you need assistance getting debt collectors to stop calling your phone. To stop harassing calls, we can serve as your representative.
This post was written by Trey Wright, one of the best bankruptcy Tallahassee attorneys! Trey is one of the founding partners of Bruner Wright, P.A. Attorneys at Law, which specializes in areas related to bankruptcy law, estate planning, and business litigation.
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