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Dealing with Creditor Harassment

If you are behind on some payments, you may already have become a victim of creditor harassment.

There are ways that you can end or avoid any further harassment, but they will take some effort on your part. You can start by trying to talk to the creditor to see what they have to offer. If the person is not aggressive, try to explain why you have fallen behind on your payments and see if they can offer you an extension.

However, debt collectors are not always reasonable or friendly. If that is the case, and you are being harassed daily, it may be time to consider bankruptcy as a viable option. Once you have filed successfully for bankruptcy, not matter what type of bankruptcy it is, creditors are legally required to stop contacting you. They are allowed to contact your bankruptcy attorney, but never you, not even at your workplace.

Need to put an end to creditor abuse? Contact our legal team today to speak with a Chicago bankruptcy attorney about your rights and options.

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