Consumer Protection Law is that body of laws that seeks to protect consumers and prevent unfair, deceptive and fraudulent business practices. There are many laws, rules and regulations encompassing consumer protection, but all these basically aim to protect consumers’ privacy and identity, and to protect consumes from unfair or deceitful actions. The Bureau of Consumer Protection under the Federal Trade Commission handles complaints, launches investigations and files actions against companies and individuals that violate the said laws.

Areas of concern are the rising cases of debt collector harassment and credit report abuses. At Barshay | Sanders we are strong advocates for consumers throughout the entire nation. Experienced and tenacious, we work hard to stop harassment by debt collectors and to remove inaccurate information from credit reports. If you have debt problems, are being harassed by collection agencies, or are being held down by a bad credit rating, we may be able to help. Call us at 855-456-2240 for a free consultation.

We Make Harassing Debt Collectors Pay You

Debt collectors and collection agencies must obey the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act(FDCPA) and other consumer protection legislation and other laws. If a debt collector violates FDCPA, the collector can be held liable for $1,000 for each violation. If a debt collector violates the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the collector may have to pay $500 for each offending call. Our firm can represent you, seeking to end debt collector harassment and maximum compensation under FDCPA, TCPA and other laws. We can handle your case at no charge to you, because the debt collector will be responsible for paying our attorney fees.

Stopping Credit Report Abuses

Our firm helps people remove inaccurate information from their credit reports. We can provide you with a free credit report analysis and a complimentary letter you can use to request the removal of inaccurate information from your credit report. If we believe that a credit bureau or another party has violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act, we can represent you. If we are successful, you may obtain $1,000 for each willful violation, plus attorney fees and court costs.

Contact A Lawyer Today

For a free consultation about debt collector harassment or credit report inaccuracies, call Barshay | Sanders at 855-456-2240 or contact us online. We serve clients throughout the nation from our office in New York.