State Attorney Generals can be a good resource in the fight against illegal debt collection practices. Below you will find links to your state’s attorney general’s website. You can also hire a private attorney to fight back against bill collectors and creditors who violate federal and state collection and credit laws. Like the attorney general, a private attorney can stop illegal collection. But a private attorney can also help you recover damages (which an attorney general’s office cannot directly do). Locate consumer protection attorneys here or call 888-332-7252 for a FREE* Fair Debt Case Review.
You should also review your state’s fair debt collection act, your state’s statute of limitations on debt collections, as well has any other consumer protection laws that support fair debt collection and credit reporting laws. You can find links to your state’s Attorney General On-line Complaint Forms here.
The links below are to all state’s Attorney General AG Complaint Forms. Find your state to file a debt collection complaint with the Attorney General. In some cases your complaint may be referred to another consumer complaint agency or site where you will be able to file a complaint on-line. The attorney general consumer complaint form can either be filed over the Internet, faxed, or mailed.
You should also consider using the services of a private consumer protection attorney to resolve your complaint. Private attorneys can stop collection just like attorney generals, but can also help you recover cash damages. Call toll free 888-332-7252 for a fast, FREE* and confidential case review from debt help lawyers in your state, you may be entitled to up to $1,000.00 or more from the debt collector bothering you!
Access consumer complaint forms using the following links to file a formal complaint with your State Attorney General’s Consumer Affairs Protection Division against creditors/collectors who use illegal collection tactics.