Did you receive a debt collection letter?
If so, your privacy rights may have been violated, and you may be entitled to compensation.
Many debt and bill collectors send letters to consumers demanding payment. But sometimes these companies don’t print and send the letters themselves. Instead, they may send private information about consumers’ debts to other companies, who then put together letters to mail. This means private, personal information — information some may find sensitive or embarrassing — is given to people who shouldn’t be seeing it.
Does this sound like something in which you would like to get involved? If the same thing has happened to you, Shamis & Gentile, P.A., a Class Action Law Firm, is here to assist. The great news is that there are no costs associated with filing a Debt Collection Letter lawsuit. We take care of the expenses brought about by the case, including the filing of the pleadings and the costs associated with retaining experts.