Are you receiving harassing Debt Collection calls?

Many people are unaware that congress passed the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act in 1997 and hassince amended many regulations to help protect consumers from abusive debt collection practices.

Don't hang up too fast. That collector may be required to pay you damages.

The FDCPA allows the award of statutory damages for every call that violates the FDCPA. Statutory damages means that even if there was no monetary loss or harm caused by the violation, they are still required to pay $1,000.

How can We Stop Telemarketers help me go after them? is owned and operated by Legal Advocacy for Victims, LLP, a law firm specialize in going after abusive and illegal debt collectors. When you fill out our report a call form it will tell you if you appear to have an illegal call based on the criteria you have entered. If you are a registered member you will be able to simply submit that call for investigation with one click. If our firm takes the case we will contact you.

How much will they have to pay?

The minimum statutory penalty is $1000 and they can be held liable for more if they have caused additional monetary loss or harm in respect to emotional or physical distress.

Will I have to pay anything?

There is never any out of pocket cost to you. So you will never pay a penny. The attorneys only gets paid if there is a settlement on your behalf. There is also no cost to be a member, this is a free service and registration is only required so the attorneys have your valid contact information.

Do all calls reported receive a settlement?

No. Since you are on this site you already understand that these callers are very evasive. They use unlisted numbers, use generic names on the phone and are very difficult to pin down for information. You need to be attentive and persuasive in order to get the information the attorney needs to file suit. If you want the best chance at getting a settlement in your favor follow our Tips on going after abusive debt collectors.