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A majority of law firm collectors I have dealt with in my business are usually the ones with the "big head" syndrome. They try to impress you with titles such as 'Head Legal Assistant to Attorney Smith', or use the most intimidation to force payment with such classics as, "the paperwork is ready to send to the courthouse for suit." One of my favorites: "We don't have time to play games with you. Are you sending the money today or not?" These jerks seem to get their kicks convincing debtors that they have life and death power over them. They love to use the phone as a weapon of terror.

You almost never are allowed to speak with the attorney who sent you the letter because he is always "in court." You are told that they never take calls from debtors. Well that's not correct. The law states that if an attorney places their name and/or letterhead on a collection notice, they MUST make themselves available to talk with you and they MUST have some knowledge of the debt. Don't be intimidated by these over-bearing jerks. THEY CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE LAW! If you feel that your rights are being abused by a debt collection attorney/law office, file a complaint with your State Bar Association, the Attorney General, or the Federal Trade Commission, or contact me for a confidential referral to a consumer law professional in your area.

CONSUMER HELPLINE 1-817-589-4284
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 Jul 17th, 2007
A majority of law firm collectors I have dealt with in my business are usually the ones with the "big head" syndrome. They try to impress you with titles such as 'Head Legal Assistant to Attorney Smith', or use the most intimidation to force payment with such classics as, "the paperwork is ready to send to the courthouse for suit." One of my favorites: "We don't have time to play games with you. Are you sending the money today or not?" These jerks seem to get their kicks convincing debtors that they have life and death power over them. They love to use the phone as a weapon of terror.

You almost never are allowed to speak with the attorney who sent you the letter because he is always "in court." You are told that they never take calls from debtors. Well that's not correct. The law states that if an attorney places their name and/or letterhead on a collection notice, they MUST make themselves available to talk with you and they MUST have some knowledge of the debt. Don't be intimidated by these over-bearing jerks. THEY CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE LAW! If you feel that your rights are being abused by a debt collection attorney/law office, file a complaint with your State Bar Association, the Attorney General, or the Federal Trade Commission, or contact me for a confidential referral to a consumer law professional in your area.

CONSUMER HELPLINE 1-817-589-4284
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 Jul 12th, 2007
A majority of law firm collectors I have dealt with in my business are usually the ones with the "big head" syndrome. They try to impress you with titles such as 'Head Legal Assistant to Attorney Smith', or use the most intimidation to force payment with such classics as, "the paperwork is ready to send to the courthouse for suit." One of my favorites: "We don't have time to play games with you. Are you sending the money today or not?" These jerks seem to get their kicks convincing debtors that they have life and death power over them. They love to use the phone as a weapon of terror.

You almost never are allowed to speak with the attorney who sent you the letter because he is always "in court." You are told that they never take calls from debtors. Well that's not correct. The law states that if an attorney places their name and/or letterhead on a collection notice, they MUST make themselves available to talk with you and they MUST have some knowledge of the debt. Don't be intimidated by these over-bearing jerks. THEY CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE LAW! If you feel that your rights are being abused by a debt collection attorney/law office, file a complaint with your State Bar Association, the Attorney General, or the Federal Trade Commission, or contact me for a confidential referral to a consumer law professional in your area.

CONSUMER HELPLINE 1-817-589-4284
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 Jul 10th, 2007
A majority of law firm collectors I have dealt with in my business are usually the ones with the "big head" syndrome. They try to impress you with titles such as 'Head Legal Assistant to Attorney Smith', or use the most intimidation to force payment with such classics as, "the paperwork is ready to send to the courthouse for suit." One of my favorites: "We don't have time to play games with you. Are you sending the money today or not?" These jerks seem to get their kicks convincing debtors that they have life and death power over them. They love to use the phone as a weapon of terror.

You almost never are allowed to speak with the attorney who sent you the letter because he is always "in court." You are told that they never take calls from debtors. Well that's not correct. The law states that if an attorney places their name and/or letterhead on a collection notice, they MUST make themselves available to talk with you and they MUST have some knowledge of the debt. Don't be intimidated by these over-bearing jerks. THEY CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE LAW! If you feel that your rights are being abused by a debt collection attorney/law office, file a complaint with your State Bar Association, the Attorney General, or the Federal Trade Commission, or contact me for a confidential referral to a consumer law professional in your area.

CONSUMER HELPLINE 1-817-589-4284
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 Jul 10th, 2007
A majority of law firm collectors I have dealt with in my business are usually the ones with the "big head" syndrome. They try to impress you with titles such as 'Head Legal Assistant to Attorney Smith', or use the most intimidation to force payment with such classics as, "the paperwork is ready to send to the courthouse for suit." One of my favorites: "We don't have time to play games with you. Are you sending the money today or not?" These jerks seem to get their kicks convincing debtors that they have life and death power over them. They love to use the phone as a weapon of terror.

You almost never are allowed to speak with the attorney who sent you the letter because he is always "in court." You are told that they never take calls from debtors. Well that's not correct. The law states that if an attorney places their name and/or letterhead on a collection notice, they MUST make themselves available to talk with you and they MUST have some knowledge of the debt. Don't be intimidated by these over-bearing jerks. THEY CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE LAW! If you feel that your rights are being abused by a debt collection attorney/law office, file a complaint with your State Bar Association, the Attorney General, or the Federal Trade Commission, or contact me for a confidential referral to a consumer law professional in your area.

CONSUMER HELPLINE 1-817-589-4284
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 Jul 09th, 2007
A majority of law firm collectors I have dealt with in my business are usually the ones with the "big head" syndrome. They try to impress you with titles such as 'Head Legal Assistant to Attorney Smith', or use the most intimidation to force payment with such classics as, "the paperwork is ready to send to the courthouse for suit." One of my favorites: "We don't have time to play games with you. Are you sending the money today or not?" These jerks seem to get their kicks convincing debtors that they have life and death power over them. They love to use the phone as a weapon of terror.

You almost never are allowed to speak with the attorney who sent you the letter because he is always "in court." You are told that they never take calls from debtors. Well that's not correct. The law states that if an attorney places their name and/or letterhead on a collection notice, they MUST make themselves available to talk with you and they MUST have some knowledge of the debt. Don't be intimidated by these over-bearing jerks. THEY CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE LAW! If you feel that your rights are being abused by a debt collection attorney/law office, file a complaint with your State Bar Association, the Attorney General, or the Federal Trade Commission, or contact me for a confidential referral to a consumer law professional in your area.

CONSUMER HELPLINE 1-817-589-4284
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 Jul 03rd, 2007

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