Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's 2013 Annual Report (http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201303_cfpb_March_FDCPA_Report1.pdf) in 2012 alone, over 125,000 complaints have been filed to the Federal Trade Commission, a figure that has been rising through the first quarter of 2013. Debts are a legal responsibility that must be paid off. However, congress passed the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) in an attempt to reduce offensive tactics used by consumer debt collectors.
Jeffrey Aleman, a partner at consumer bankruptcy juggernaut Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy, will join New York Times bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host Dave Ramsey on air Monday, May 20, 2013. Topics for discussion will be based around the basics of the FDCPA vision.
“I am excited to talk to Dave and his listener-ship about our FDCPA practice,” says Aleman, “To me, educating consumers on the FDCPA is the first step in stopping unlawful collection activities.”
Fair Debt Helpers, a service of Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy, has been helping consumers fight back and recover thousands of dollars against collection agencies nationwide since 2007.
Aleman, who has been doing bankruptcy for 15 years, wants to provide Ramsey’s listeners and American consumers the proper mechanism to fight back against collection agencies. “It is important to know the law and crucial to know your rights,” says Aleman.
“We’ve worked with Dave Ramsey and his team for some time now,” says Aleman, “They handle our debtor education classes for our bankruptcy clients.”
Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy not only represents all consumer dealings with bankruptcy, but offers superior services when dealing with irksome creditors through Fair Debt Helpers.
“Knowing your rights is the main theme for Monday’s show,” Aleman concludes.
If you think you are being harassed, you are not alone, Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy can help. For more information about Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy or Fair Debt Helpers call (800)-260-1402.