When can a cease and desist letter be sent to a bill collector to stop collection calls?
Whether or not a consumer can stop collection calls with respect to a specific account will depend upon the following:
Mark Silverthorn has spoken to hundreds of consumers who are very upset by what they would describe as rude and unprofessional behavior by collectors calling them demanding payment of an unpaid account.
Stopping collection calls
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Lawyer Mark Silverthorn can assist a consumer who is concerned about collection calls in terms of stopping, avoiding, and discouraging collection calls.
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Consumers who are distraught about collection calls can take advantage of three separate strategies:
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Help with dealing with an unpaid account
Consumers who hire lawyer Mark Silverthorn to deal with collection calls often want his firm to also assist with addressing one or more unpaid accounts.
Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor
Important advice for consumers distraught over collection calls
Lawyer Mark Silverthorn has a wealth of relevant experience to offer to consumers who are upset about collection calls. He can draw upon his 12 year stint--between 1994 and 2006--representing collection agencies. He can also draw upon his wealth of knowledge sending out cease and desist letters on behalf of hundreds of clients.
Mark Silverthorn has helped stop collection calls to hundreds of consumers living across the country.
In some instances consumers have hired lawyer Mark Silverthorn to send a cease and desist letter on his or her behalf.
In other instances Mark Silverthorn has provided consumers with legal advice as to how a consumer might be able to send a cease and desist letter on their own to stop a bill collector from calling them.