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The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is intended to protect consumers from overreaching debt collection practices, such as abuse, deception and late-night phone calls. This act, however, does not stop lenders and collectors from finding loopholes and new ways to harass debtors. Many creditors and collectors blatantly violate its provisions.


Knowing your rights is important, but it may not be enough to prevent the worst consequences of aggressive debt collection tactics. Harassment by creditors can take a greater toll on you than you may imagine. Creditor calls can become worrisome as well as bothersome. The creditor may continually call you at home, and may even try to contact you at work. Once your debts get out of control, creditors are likely to put more pressure on you through threats of lawsuits, talk about arrest warrants and even face-to-face confrontations.

An Ohio bankruptcy lawyer at Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer can advise you on how to take action promptly to stop creditor harassment altogether. Talk to a bankruptcy attorney as soon as possible, before creditor harassment gets worse and creditors target you with:

Bankruptcy protection could be the answer for you. Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer can help you if wage garnishment or car repossession is already underway. We can help you get ready to file bankruptcy without delay and regain your peace of mind.

Are you being harassed by threatening calls from creditors? Have you been buried by high interest rates, late fees and other penalties contained in your monthly credit card bills? Are you facing foreclosure, repossession or wage garnishment? Send an email inquiry or give us a call at 614-228-4435 (Columbus), 937-222-7472 (Dayton), or 877-654-5297 (Cincinnati). Request a free consultation with an Ohio bankruptcy attorney at your convenience.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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