RECEIVING HARASSING VOICEMAILS FROM DEBT COLLECTORS?
THE WOODS LAW FIRM, LLC CAN STAND UP FOR YOU IN COURT
Under the FDCPA (15 U.S.C. 1692 (e)(11)), a debt collector must, in the
initial communication with a consumer and in all subsequent communications,
identify him or herself as a debt collector, as well as state that the
call is an attempt to collect a debt and that any information will be
used for that purpose.
Such a telephone call -- which lacked the applicable warning -- was one
of the key issues in the case of
Foti v. NCO Financial Systems, 424 F.Supp 2d 643 (2006). As a result, telephone calls or voicemail messages
that lack the 15 U.S.C. 1692 (e)(11) warning are sometimes known as "Foti
If you have been receiving harassing telephone calls or voicemails which
fail to identify the fact that the caller is a debt collector and that
any information will be used for that purpose, The Woods Law Firm, LLC
can assist you.
In addition to providing a free evaluation and consultation, in the event
a lawsuit is filed, we advance all court filing fees and service costs.
There is no cost to you to protect your rights -- remember, if a debt
collector violates the FDCPA, you may receive up to $1,000 in statutory
damages for these violations.
Call us at (888) 272-2718 today to schedule a free initial consultation!