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Sued by Collection Agency or Debt Collector? Harassed by Collectors?

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Uploaded on Jan 8, 2011

In today's economy many of us are struggling to make ends meet. Many people are finding themselves in debt, and sometimes third-party debt collection agencies are violating consumers rights, trying also to collect much more than borrowers may owe.

Many Americans are being served court summons by debt collectors that have purchased debt in bulk from credit card companies, and they multiply your original debt many times over hoping you'll try to ignore a lawsuit. If you ignore these lawsuits you will have a default judgement made against you, which means you owe them whatever they say you do. Don't allow this to happen! Seek the help of a lawyer dedicated to assisting consumers with debt related lawsuits. There's no need to file for bankruptcy if these collection agencies have violated the fair debt collection practices laws in your state - which is almost always the case.

If you want win a countersuit, most often you will not have to pay a penny, and possibly very little legal costs will come out of your own pocket. We've handled many cases like this, and every one of them so far, the collection agency has ended up paying, not our client. Imagine that, instead of collecting from you, these "zombie" debt collectors end up paying a fine instead. Once settled, they will not bother you again.

If you need help with a case like this in Georgia, please contact us at 404-848-8086 or at www.charlespekorattorney.com. If you are in another state, we urge you to find a lawyer who can assist you and bring you some peace of mind.

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