Can a debt collector decline a partial payment?
How to respond to debt collectors threatening to sue?
Is there a federal law that prevents collection companies from calling your place of work?
Should I have a debt collector give a validation letter?
What are the laws related to bill collecting calls?
What does the law say concerning the person who was batteries in a battery charge?
What is Maryland's divorce law related to adultery?
I know that there are laws in place to protect individual consumers, but what about if a business owes money?
Yes. There are definitely laws that can help you in this situation. You need to contact a lawyer, because you'll need help to file complaints. It's not as easy as complaining as an individual.
Yes. Laws will vary from individuals to businesses but there are guidelines and practices the collectors are supposed to follow. There are usually particular processes in which they must follow.
Yes, the same federal FDCPA laws which protect consumers from unethical debt collectors extend to the protection of sole proprietor businesses.
Filing for protection under the U. S. Bankruptcy Code will prevent creditors from harassing or continuing collection efforts against a business.
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