Last year I had some financial difficulties and I couldn't pay off my debt. The uncertainty of my financial future was adding to my already stressful life. After months of worry, I finally decided to contact a bankruptcy attorney. After discussing my options with the attorney, I decided to file bankruptcy. My name is Kyle Diggler and if you're struggling with debt and considering bankruptcy, I'm here to help you. I'm not an expert, but I want to share my story and my experience of filing bankruptcy with others who are in a similar situation. As you read my blog, you'll learn all about the bankruptcy process so that you'll know what to expect. I'll also share some tips to help you start your life over financially. I hope that my blog answers all the questions you have about filing bankruptcy.
If your financial state of affairs is less than healthy, you may be getting phone calls from bill collection agencies on a constant basis. While you know you have fallen behind on your bills, these debt collectors do have to follow some guidelines about contacting you. For example, they're only allowed to call during certain hours of the day and days of the week. A new problem has arisen with debt collection activities however, that can make the normal collections activities appear relatively tame by comparison. Read on to learn more about how fake debt collectors might only add to your misery.
What are fake debt collectors?
In most cases, these "agencies" have somehow gotten access to some of your personal information, either through a rogue employee of an illegitimate company or through hacking. In some cases, they have detailed information about your debts, including account numbers and amounts owed, which can add to the appearance of legitimacy.
How can I tell that they are fakes?
If your financial situation has gotten out of hand, speak to a chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney as soon as possible. You can put an end to nearly all collection activity so call today.Share