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You Don’t Have To Tolerate Creditor Harassment

When you are feeling overwhelmed and uncertain, the last thing you want is to have creditors constantly hounding or harassing you for money. You have rights, and effective legal representation can help you put a stop to constant collection efforts and unfair or abusive collection procedures.

When you hire R. Richard Croce, LLC, you’ll have an attorney with more than 25 years of experience. Not only can I help you achieve your debt-relief goals by creating a tailored legal solution, but I can also help you stop creditor harassment and hold these companies accountable for violating the law.

I serve clients throughout Middletown, Hartford, New London, New Haven and Meriden.

Examples of Creditor Abuse And Unfair Practices

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act prohibits creditors from harassing consumers and employing abusive practices. Examples of abusive practices include the following:

  • Threatening or using violence or other criminal means to obtain money
  • Using obscene or profane language
  • Publicly listing consumers who refuse to pay their debt
  • Advertising the sale of a debt
  • Constantly calling at inconvenient hours of the day
  • False or misleading representations (including fraud or deception)

Put A Stop To Collector Abuse Once And For All

If you or a family member has been the target of collector abuse, call my office to schedule you free initial consultation. I can help you implement effective legal strategies to put a stop to creditor harassment once and for all. Do not face the complexities of the legal system alone. Ensure that your rights and financial future are protected by my firm. I will inform you of your rights, build an effective plan of action on your behalf and guide you down the path that best suits your needs. Contact R. Richard Croce, LLC, at 860-398-4573 today and get the peace of mind you deserve.

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