Dealing with creditor phone harassment?
If you are unable to pay your bills, the sound of a phone ringing can be upsetting. No matter what a person who owes money may say, the bill collector presses on. What can stop creditor phone calls?
- When you file for bankruptcy, your creditors will be notified; by law, they cannot contact you directly.
- Imagine telling a creditor, “I have filed for bankruptcy. Talk to my attorney.” And hang up.
- The most immediate relief from filing for bankruptcy is that the phone stops ringing with creditor calls.
- By stopping creditor calls, you can have the calm you need to make important decisions about your financial situation without constant pressure.
The people who come to our offices are good, decent, honest people. They want to deal with their debts in an honest, straightforward manner as prescribed in our federal laws. Our attorneys are ready to listen and help.
Call 1-877-ONE-DEBT and learn how to stop creditor phone calls.
It does not cost anything to have an initial consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer at Bond & Botes. The initial consultation is FREE. Find out your rights and how you can get debt relief.