Stop living your life afraid to answer the phone. When you're facing harassment from creditors and debt collectors, it can feel like your life isn't your own. However, many people are nervous to file for bankruptcy, believing that it will destroy their personal credit. While bankruptcy does leave its mark on your credit report, so too do past due and unpaid debts that are left unattended. When you file for bankruptcy, you can be freed from both the debt and the debt collectors.
How Does Bankruptcy Stop Harassment?
When you file for bankruptcy, whether it is Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay is put into place. This automatically stops creditors from calling, emailing, or trying to contact you to collect payment. Bankruptcy is a great choice to stop debt collection.
Get Your Life Back
Creditors can be relentless, stopping at nothing to get a payment. Some creditors even employ immoral strategies — including embarrassing you and contacting your family members and employers — to force you to make a payment. Trust us to help put an end to creditor harassment. You don't have to live this way; there is a way out. Stopping debt collection allows you to: