Credit Reporting Issues


Legitimate efforts to collect money that is owed are legal -- abusive and unscrupulous debt collection practices are not. To protect your rights, you need to know what they are, and understand what debt collectors are allowed to do and what they are not allowed to do. 

Go through the resources on this page to get oriented and prepared. There is a lot of information on the internet, which can be overwhelming. Our office can help.

When you are dealing with debt collectors that don't follow the rules, its important to understand their mindset. Collectors who habitually and routinely ignore the law arguably have no moral center to limit their own behavior, and have little regard for anyone other than themselves. 

Give our office a call at (916) 442-4442 to talk about your situation, or use the form on our Contact Us page to send us a message. We can help you understand the options so that you can make an informed decision about whats best for you.

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A good credit rating is necessary for most consumers to reach their personal and professional goals. It takes hard work and discipline to get and keep good credit. It can be devastating to find out that, despite your hard work, circumstances out of your control have destroyed your credit. 

Identity theft, false credit reports, credit reporting problems and other issues can cause your interest rates to rise, your accounts to be closed and even your house to be foreclosed upon. That is why it is important to be vigilant and watch your credit closely. Staying educated and informed can save you and your family years of stress, embarrassment and heart-ache. 

If you think you may have credit report problems, give our office a call at (916) 442-4442 to talk about your situation, or use the form on the bottom-left side of this page to send us a message. We can help you understand the options so that you can make an informed decision about whats best for you.

Abusive Debt Collectors

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