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Dealing With Creditors: Know Your Rights

If you're deep in debt, you probably already realize that some debt collectors resort to unsavory practices when they attempt to collect; however, you should know that debt collectors and creditors have rules they must live by.

Silence Your Creditors - Filing bankruptcy should stop creditor harassment. Learn how you may be able to silence your creditors through filing bankruptcy.

Tips on Dealing With Debt Collectors - Know what you should do if you have to deal with creditors.

Dishonest Debt Collectors - State laws protect against deceptive and abusive credit practices - learn about them here.

Be Treated Fairly - Know your rights and recognize whether debt collectors are overstepping their bounds.

If your phone is ringing off the hook from debt collectors and collection notices are clogging your mailbox, you may want to do something about your debt.

Bankruptcy was designed to stop creditor harassment. Creditors cannot legally contact you after you file bankruptcy. Filing bankruptcy may also stop foreclosure, lawsuits, repossessions and utility shutoff.

Learn more about bankruptcy by speaking with a bankruptcy attorney. We can easily connect you to a local bankruptcy lawyer—simply fill out our below free form or call us at 877-349-1309.

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