Creditor harassment can be annoying and time consuming, and it against the
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The following are tips to protect yourself from abusive creditors:
1. Write a written request that creditors no longer contact you unless they have something of extreme importance to notify you of.
2. If the creditor tries to contact you at your place of employment, immediate request that your employer forbids the collectors to call. Chances are, employers do not want pesky creditors calling their office either.
3. Find legal representation and use it to your benefit. The moment you are legally protected by a bankruptcy attorney, the creditor may no longer directly contact you.
If you feel that your rights or privacy has been violated by a creditor, do not hesitate to secure the legal help you will need to pursue further action. You may have a legal case on your hands, so act quick and contact a Kansas bankruptcy attorney at Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law today.