We understand that juggling your bills is stressful. We also know that dealing with debts you can't pay can make that stress feel overwhelming. That's no way to live!
At DebtCollectionAnswers.com, our goal is help you reduce your stress and regain control of your life by giving you the information you need to understand your debt collection rights, along with your options when bill collectors contact you.
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When you read our ebook Debt Collection Answers: How to Use Debt Collection Laws to Protect Your Rights, you'll learn:
"Your website is very helpful to anyone who has to deal with debt collectors. Your answer to my question was prompt, concise, and knowledgeable. I am going to recommend your book to everyone I know who has a debt!" –K.M., New Lenox, Illinois
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We are consumer advocates, not attorneys. Our goal is to help you find a solution that will allow you to put your debt collection problems behind you. This site provides educational information, not legal advice.
We wrote our book and created this site after hearing from so many people who are struggling with debts they can't pay but don't know where to turn. Most of the people we hear from aren't trying to get out of paying what they owe; in fact, sometimes it's just the opposite. Consumers sometimes pay collectors at the expense of essential bills.
Some people we hear from are worried about losing their jobs because they are getting calls about past due bills at work, while others are embarrassed that collectors have told their relatives or even their coworkers about the money they owe. We want to give these consumers - including you -information, tools and resources to resolve your debts and feel good about your financial future again.
Disclosure: We may receive compensation for marketing some of the services mentioned on this site. Above all though, our goal is to recommend products and services we believe can help our readers. You can learn more here.
Apr 02, 18 08:00 AM
I received 2 collection letters for my son with my name on them. He doesn't live with me. When I looked at my credit report they put the to bills for in collections under me...
Apr 01, 18 09:19 PM
Years ago ago I started receiving phone calls from debt collectors and people looking for someone with the same last name as mine. They said there were civil complaints against her and she owed a lot…
Dec 30, 17 08:10 PM
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