Free Tele-Seminar On Fighting Back Against Abusive Debt Collectors


Due to a great amount of interest, we have decided to hold a free teleseminar on Tuesday, November 24, 2009, at 7 pm CST. This will be the first in a series of seminars that you can attend from the comfort of your home, office, or car (be safe if driving….).

Our first one will be on “How To Fight Back Against Abusive Debt Collectors” and in this hour long discussion we will share with you some ideas on how to use both State law and Federal law to protect yourself from debt collectors who cross the line. Based upon the types of cases coming into our office that result in lawsuits being filed against collection agencies, and based upon the number of calls and emails we receive, debt collection abuse is not slowing down any – instead it is picking up. This seminar will help you understand your rights and options in fighting back against these types of collectors who don’t play fair.

There is no charge to attend. Those who register will also receive a bonus four part email series that will expand upon the ideas in the seminar.

Here are some of the topics we will cover:

When does the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act apply?
Can a debt collector contact my neighbors? Family? Co-workers? Friends? References?
If a debt collector breaks the law, can I recover money damages against the collector?
How do I make a debt collector take false information off of my credit report?
Should I record calls from a debt collector?
Are voicemails from debt collectors illegal?
Can a debt collector call my cell phone?
There will be other topics we will cover – I don’t know what those are because I need for you to come up with them!

We would like your questions and suggestions – please send those in to us before the call and then you can also ask questions during the call.

We are very excited about doing this and trust this will be very helpful for anyone who is dealing with a debt collector. There is nothing wrong with a debt collector collecting a debt. As long as the laws are followed. So join us and learn more about the laws and what your options are when collectors turn abusive.

Or you can call us at 205-879-2447 to reserve a spot. We look forward to “seeing” you on the call!

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