The FDCPA and Collection Harassment

Debt collectors are regulated by numerous state and federal laws in their debt collection activities.  That's where our firm can help.  Most people know that debt collectors cannot abuse them on the phone or in writing–what many people don't know is that they have a lot of other legal rights, too. For example, a debt collector cannot call you at work if they know that it is inconvenient for you or that your employer prohibits it.  Debt collectors cannot tell others about your debts, like your next door neighbor or your co-worker. 

Debt collectors also must be licensed in the State of Michigan if they are collecting the debts of others.  These are just a few of the numerous protections you have as a consumer.  If a debt collector violates your rights, our firm can help. As a consumer, you are afforded a lot of consumer protections against debt collectors, both state and federal.  Our firm primarily works with consumers whose rights have been violated under the FDCPA and other consumer protection statutes.

If you believe that your rights have been violated, contact Attorney Rex Anderson at 810-653-3300 or at

Also, view our Collection Harassment Instructions and Log and find out what you can do to make the harassment stop.


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