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Debt Collection Harassment

Defense Against Debt Collection | Space Coast Attorneys

Debt Collection Harassment Attorney serving Brevard County

Are you being harassed by a debt collector? There are laws that limit what debt collectors can say or do.  Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), debt collectors cannot harass a person when collecting certain types of debt.

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What types of debts does the FDCPA cover?

  • Credit Cards
  • Mortgages
  • Medical
  • Other debts

What types does it not cover?

  • business debts

Harassment Examples:

  • Repetitious phone calls that are intended to annoy, abuse, or harass you or any person answering the phone
  • Obscene or profane language
  • Threats of violence or harm
  • Publishing lists of people who refuse to pay their debts (this does not include reporting information to a credit reporting company)
  • Calling you without telling you who they are

If you live in the Melbourne, Palm Bay or Brevard County area and believe you have been harassed by a debt collector, we may be able to help.

What can you do to protect yourself?

  1. Keep a file of all letters or documents a debt collector sends you and copies of anything you send to a debt collector.
  2. Write down dates and times of conversations along with notes about what you discussed.

Keeping records can help you if you have a dispute with a debt collector, meet with a lawyer, or go to court.

Read how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants you to respond to a debt collector in three easy steps.

Information on this page was pulled from consumerfinance.gov

Sample Letters

In addition, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) also has sample letters that can be used to respond to a debt collector.  There are also tips on how to use the letters.

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