Are Creditors Harassing You After Filing Bankruptcy?
Have you tried to purchase anything after your bankruptcy discharge and you were told that your credit report has negative reporting of debts discharged in your prior bankruptcy case? If this has happened to you
WASTE NO TIME IN CONTACTING US
You may have a claim against those creditors who have not complied with the law.
Whether you filed bankruptcy with us, or with another firm, CALL 720-675-8070 The Law Office of Christopher German can help you. If you have a case, we will work on a contingency basis. You don’t pay us anything unless we collect from the creditor. The Law Office of Christopher German, LLC may sue the creditor that is causing you problems and this may result in some hefty compensation ordered by a judge to be PAID TO YOU by the creditor.
We Will Make Them Pay!
- Has a collection agency contacted you and demand payment on your debt that were discharged in bankruptcy? Filing bankruptcy protects you from such collection attempts by collection agencies. If your rights were or are being violated, that creditor may owe you money. If so, contact us immediately!
Creditors occasionally do not listen to the Colorado Bankruptcy Discharge Order that was entered in your bankruptcy that you filed. If you have filed bankruptcy, received your discharge and are still being harassed by creditors that were discharged in your case, you may have a discharge violation complaint to bring against that individual or company. Do not pay debts that were legally discharged in your bankruptcy! We will show you how to document the evidence we need to pursue legal action against the harassing creditor and account for the damages these creditors are causing you.
- If you pulled your credit report after your bankruptcy discharge and any creditor that was discharged in your case is still reporting negatively on your credit report, then you may have a claim against that creditor. Your credit report can say that you have filed for bankruptcy, but the debts discharged in your bankruptcy should only be reporting a ZERO balance. Anything else is a violation of federal and state law!
Abusive practices are not acceptable in attempting to recover a debt, regardless of whether you believe you owe the debt or not. Debt collectors are required by law to respect the dignity of consumers. A general rule of thumb: If any reasonable person would be upset at the way you were treated by that debt collector, then that creditors conduct would probably violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
CALL TODAY IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY OF THESE PROBLEMS
Creditor Harassment | Post Bankruptcy Filing Violations | Post Bankruptcy Credit Report Violations | FDCPA Claims
Contact The Law Office of Christopher German 720-675-8070 and become armed with the facts and details you need.
You’ll be glad you did!