Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC Alert

Attorney Brian Parker

Jefferson goes after thousands of people across Michigan seeking to collect on old or zombie debt while violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). In most cases, they are debt collectors collecting on old debt well beyond the statute of limitations.

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If you receive any kind of letters or calls from Jefferson, call us immediately. They have probably violated the FDCPA and you have many options to fight back. We have successfully sued debt collectors like Jefferson into backing off from harassing our clients and also making them follow the law. They have to pay you money damages too.

Being harassed by Jefferson Capital Systems?

If you received a call or letter from them, call us for Free help at (248) 342-9583. We will protect you by using the FDCPA and make them stop the harassment and pay you money damages. Plus, the FDCPA forces the debt collector to pay any fees or costs.

Free Help to stop Jefferson! Email or fax us their debt collection letters before they sue you.

Common Ways Debt Collectors Break The Law

Debt collectors may not use unfair practices. They may not take or threaten to take your property without doing so in a legal process.

Debt collectors may not engage in harassing, oppressive, or abusive behavior. Constant calls, ignoring your rights or suing you in the wrong court are some examples.

Contacting you without validating the debt. You can request that the debt collector only contact you in writing or not contact you at all (cease and desist). Send your letter return receipt requested so you have proof that they have received it.

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