Sue The Collector Refer Free Legal Help for Consumers in an effort to Protect Debtors’ Rights Across the US

FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE – 25 Jul, 2017 –, is a new website and business that helps consumers that are being illegally harassed and preyed upon by debt collectors. With the help of Licensed Attorneys, Consumers can receive financial compensation that they are entitled to under Federal Law. Debt Collectors often use tactics that include robo-calling, stalking, deceiving and threatening consumers, in order to compel debtors to pay a debt. Often these tactics are barred by Federal Statutes and Sue The Collector acknowledges consumers’ needs, allowing the victim to contact an Attorney that will work for free for the consumer.

Examples of Illegal Collections include: Debt collectors who call debtors before 8 AM or after 9 PM; contact debtors’ workplace, friends, relatives or even neighbors; threaten with arrest, legal action or physical harm; and robo-dial their cellphones without their permission, are breaking the law. Any debtor subjected to such behavior is entitled to financial compensation, provided they report the activity to, perpetrating any one or more of the aforementioned acts.

“Sue The Collector has been helping turn the tables on debt collection companies, including banks, mortgage servicers, student loan collectors, medical debt buyers, credit card companies, payday loans, title loans and similar debt collectors and many more that routinely harass and illegally call, stalk, threaten or use barred methods of collections against consumers, all in direct violation of Federal Statutes in Title 15 of the United States Code. For instance, robocalls, or telephone calls placed with the assistance of an Automated Dialer that calls a consumers mobile device is illegal without prior consent.  With the help of local attorneys, consumers have been paid $500 to $1,500 per telephone call that violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The financial awards have totaled into the millions and consumers need to know they have a right to privacy and can easily sue these companies wherever and whenever it happens, at no out of pocket expense whatsoever”, said Mr. Jarred D. Johnson, owner of Sue The Collector.

Mr. Johnson offers a quick primer on the steps debtors must take while communicating with debt collectors, prior to embarking on their quest for legal compensation, in this short and highly informative YouTube video.

Those wishing to recruit Sue The Collector services can do so by filling in a quick survey found on the company’s website. All client information is kept strictly confidential.

To learn more about Sue The Collector, please visit:

Address: 142 5th Ave North, Suite B
Franklin TN 37064
Country: United States
Office Phone: 888-660-2492
Contact Person: Jarred D. Johnson, Owner

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