Please fill out this form and click on the "Submit" button at the bottom of the form. By doing so, you will be providing us with the basic information we need to contact you and assist you with a debt collection problem you may be having. You should hear from us within one business day of submitting this information, but usually much faster. There is no charge for this evaluation.
This is not a substitution for a telephone or in-person interview with you, both of which are FREE. Once we have this information, we will call you and discuss our views over the phone or setup an in-person interview. If you do not hear from us within one business day of submitting this information please contact our office at 602-265-3332.
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They called my cell phone and left an automated message.
They called me before 8:00 AM or after 9:00 PM.
They called me or sent me a letter after I told them I have an attorney.
They have been calling me at work.
They talked or sent letters to other people about my debt.
They contacted me after I told them to stop.
They secretly recorded my conversations with them.
They threatened violence or to damage my reputation.
They swore at me or used abusive language.
They telephoned me repeatedly over short periods of time.
They left me messages and did not give their business name or say they were debt collectors.
They lied to me.
They are asking for money they are not entitled to.
They are claiming they are attorneys when they are not.
They say I committed a crime or that I could be arrested, that I committed fraud, or that they will garnish my wages, take my house, etc.
They are threatening to do things they really can't do.
They are asking for "collection fees," or other charges.
They asked for and accepted post dated checks from me.
They are threatening to repossess or attach my property.
They are sending me letters or post cards and these communications indicate they are debt collectors on the envelopes or post cards.
They sent me a letter and the envelope it came in looked like a credit card offer or something else that it wasn't.
They are threatening to sue me.
They sued me.
They sued me in a county I did not live in at the time they sued.
In your opinion, and without worrying about whether the debt collector or attorney did something illegal or not, what is the worst thing the debt collector or attorney did or said? (250 chars left)
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This is not a substitution for a telephone or in-person interview with you, both of which are FREE. Once we have this information, we will call you and discuss your situation over the phone or setup an in-person interview. If you do not hear from us within one business day of submitting this information please be sure to contact our office at 602-265-3332.