If you are being Harassed
by a Creditor, Debt Collector, or an Attorney
Collecting a Consumer Debt,
You may want to contact
information is an example
of how the Attorney General may be able to
If you are in Texas and being harassed
by a Creditor, Debt Collector, or an Attorney collecting on an alleged consumer
debt, you may need to know more about your rights.
To learn more about your rights in Texas and/or seek assistance from the
Attorney General you may go to the following web site.
If you have told a Creditor or Debt
Collector to stop harassing you and they continue to violate your rights,
you may want to file a complaint against them.
To learn how to file a complaint with the Attorney General's Office, go to
the following web site.
Attorney General Consumer Protection
If you do not feel that a
Debt is valid,
Read about your Right To Dispute The Bill
Debt Collection Law
- Disputed Accounts
Texas Has State Laws
That Protect Consumers! The Texas Debt Collection Law Applies To
Anyone Collecting Consumer Debts From A Party In Texas.
The Law is in effect and enforced and must be
obeyed, even if a debt collector is out of state contacting a consumer
COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT
You can print the "Attorney General
Of Texas Complaint Form" and follow the instructions on how to file a
complaint with the State of Texas Office of the Attorney General's Office
from the following web site:
General Complaint Form
Another Texas Agency That
May Help You
May Want To Contact
The Consumer Credit Commissioner
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