Consumer protection is the act of protecting consumers from unfair and illegal practices in the marketplace. Consumer protection laws are designed to hold sellers of goods and services accountable when they seek to profit from their consumers' lack of information or bargaining power.
Our office specifically focuses on Debt Defense and Illegal Debt Collection Lawsuits.
There are many reasons why you may need consumer protection and there are many different sections of consumer protection. Our clients generally need consumer protection because they’re debt collectors are participating in unfair and illegal debt collection practices.
If you have questions on whether you need our help with consumer protection, please reach out to our office for a free initial consultation. You can reach us at 515-276-7211.
If your creditors continue to contact you after you have requested that they stop, you have options!
Contact our office and schedule a free consultation to determine what the best course of action is for your unique situation. You can reach us at (515) 276-7211.
Well, that depends on what they are doing!
Contact our office and schedule free consultation to determine if what your creditors are doing is an unfair or illegal practice. You can reach us at (515) 276-7211.
Your options for dealing with creditors are going to vary from case to case and we cannot be certain of what those options are until we are able to sit down and speak to you about your current situation.
Contact our office and schedule a free consultation to determine what your options are and how we can help you. You can reach us at 515-276-7211.
Yes, Marks Law Firm can help! We can assist you in everything from debt settlement agreements to preventing creditors from harassing you to suing creditors for illegal practices.
Contact our office and schedule a free consultation to determine how we can help you. You can reach us at (515) 276-7211
Yes, you can sue your creditor for illegal collection practices in state or federal court. Generally, a judge can award you up to $1,000 if your creditor has broken the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Contact our office and schedule a free consultation to determine if you are in a position where you can sue your creditor for illegal collection practices.
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