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FDCPA VIOLATIONS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS

Has a debt collector crossed the line by doing something or saying something that you feel might be a violation of the FDCPA in Texas? Have they verbally abused you or threatened you with physical harm? Have they tacked on fees that are not part of the original contract or threatened a lawsuit or garnishment of your Texas wages?

Have you been treated unfairly by a debt collector, cursed at or threatened with arrest or imprisonment? Has your confidential information been disclosed to a neighbor, friend or relative by the debt collector? Are you constantly being called at work and at home? Have you asked them to stop but they won't?

You can do something about violations of the federal statutes that make up the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. You can BITE BACK and we are here to help you do just that!  If you feel that you have harassed or abused in Texas, click the FREE LEGAL HELP button above and submit the FREE CASE REVIEW form to let us know about your situation.

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was created by Congress in 1977 in order to stop abusive practices by 3rd party debt collectors. The Act, in and of itself, has kept most of the 3rd party debt collectors in line except for a determined few who wantonly skirt the law in order to maximize their profits through abusive debt collection practices in not only Texas but across the country. 

FDCPA Violations.com was created to help Texas debtors and those debtors throughout the country who have been seriously abused by debt collectors who break the law as a common practice and need to be stopped. Our legal/referral service (depending on the specific facts of your FDCPA Violations) allows you to get some help from those flagrant violators of the FDCPA by either handling your potential case in house or referring your potential case to a highly qualified Texas FDCPA attorney, who's primary practice is defending Texas debtors who have had their rights violated under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Our services are free to those of you in Texas who feel that your rights have been violated under the FDCPA. If you are unsure about whether your rights have been violated or not, please read the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and locate the section that relates to any inappropriate action that you believe has occurred and find out more about the law. For those of you that believe a violation of the FDCPA has taken place, simply fill out our FREE CASE REVIEW form and we will have an experienced FDCPA attorney contact you directly.  Please read our Legal Disclaimer and Terms of Service before proceeding. Thank you for using our free service.

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