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We Stop Debt Collection Calls and Protect Your Rights

Krohn & Moss Ltd. Consumer Law Center (K&M CLC) attorneys stop debt collection harassment. Our legal team can protect you against abusive collection practises, stop unwanted phone calls, and get you compensated up to $1,000 per instance.

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Know Your Rights under the FDCPA

The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) gives you the right to fight back against debt collector harassment.

If a debt collector violates the FDCPA, you have legal remedies available to you

The FDCPA also prohibits debt collectors from sending e-mails, faxes, text messages, pages, or other similar messages

The FDCPA requires debt collectors to announce who they are (name, business, and contact telephone number, state that the communication is an attempt to collect a debt


How We Work?

We have handled over 50,000 consumer protection actions with great success

Our experienced attorneys have an intimate understanding of the various federal and state laws which protect you from deceptive and unfair debt collectors

We know the tactics that third-party debt collectors will try to use against you, and we have the experience necessary to stop debt collection attempts by unfair debt collectors

These laws apply to almost every type of debts, including:

Credit card debts

Personal or family debts

Student loans

Auto loans


Medical bills

Household debts


You may be entitled to monetary compensation if a debt collector has:

Called your before 8 A.M. or after 9 P.M. without your permission;

Threatened you in any way to collect the debt;

Called on a repeated and continuous basis;

Used profane or obscene language with you;

Told a third party of your debt, such as leaving a message with a friend or family member;

Contacted you at work after you have told them not to;

Threatened violence;

Left voicemails without telling you the individual’s name, the company, and that any information you provide is being used for debt collection purposes;

Contacted you after you told the debt collector to stop contacting you in writing;

Used false information to collect the debt;

Misrepresented the character of the debt, such as exaggerating how much it is or the legal status of the debt;

Accused your of committing a crime; and

Refused to tell you his or her name on the telephone or what company they are associated with.


If any one of these harassing and abusive acts occurred to you, you may be entitled to:

Have your debt eliminated or reduced

Receive up to $1,000 per instance

Have your attorneys’ fees complexly paid for by the collection agency and

Have your credit report cleared of negative notations

If a debt collector has been attempting to contact a debt through harassing, abusive, or deceptive means, contact our experienced attorneys today. Our legal team has handled over 50,000 debt collection protection cases while settling over 98 percent of them without the need for trial. We have been successfully representing those abused and taken advantage of by debt collectors for years, and have a long list of successful stories to share with you.

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