Consumers have legal powers against aggressive creditors and debt collectors under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and other federal and state laws. Asserting these legal rights can make creditors and their attorneys go away. Consumers are entitled to recover money damages against creditors and collectors for even one violation of these laws. Part of the Legal Playbooks™ Series, The Debt Relief Playbook is an invaluable resource in defending against creditors, debt collectors and their attorneys.
The Debt Relief Playbook provides a roadmap to financial freedom, including sample letters, court documents, and legal references (The War Chest) that will help you stand up and fight to protect your family and preserve the American dream.
The Debt Relief Playbook is part of the Legal Playbooks™ series of publications designed to arm consumers to stand up to creditors and prevail. It is a statistical fact that one out of three debt collection lawsuits have no merit of any kind! By timely raising legal claims and defenses creditors and their attorneys will go away in defeat. Federal laws include loan forgiveness regulations for student loans, legal defenses which remove all liability on civil debts, and remedies of court-ordered discharge of all debts through bankruptcy. Rights and remedies exist which will be lost if the consumer does not act timely in asserting proper legal claims and defenses.
Proper planning and an early counter-attack can eliminate the problem. When your family is under attack, it is time to fight and prevail!
About the author
Founder of The Wesbrooks Institute, Mark Wesbrooks has made a career of helping people free themselves from debt, having acted as a nationally-certified attorney in thousands of clients in debt relief and bankruptcy cases over a period of twenty-one years. Wesbrooks authors several publications designed to equip consumers in opposing creditor actions and to provide for protection of their assets and family. Wesbrooks maintains law offices in the States of Arizona and Texas, where he principally represents individuals and small business owners against creditors.