Legal packages to help consumers with identity theft-induced debt and bad credit
You might need legal help to move forward
Get some help with bad credit and raising debt caused by identity theft
Are debt collectors hounding you for old debts you know nothing about? Maybe all of a sudden there are multiple lines of credit open in your name and no one’s paying the necessary monthly payments so the debt is piling up and your credit score is plummeting.
Do any of these situations sound familiar to you? We know just how frustrating it can be. What’s worse is when you need legal assistance to untangle the countless knots.
The good news is your worries are over: Consumer Attorneys’ team has created legal packages that specifically cater to your needs.
Our Leader Protection Package and Individual Legal Protection Package come with certain benefits for those dealing with debt and poor credit due to identity theft. If you’re in hot water thanks to identity thieves, we’ve got you covered.
How our legal packages can help
Having to deal with different lenders and debt collectors for lines of credit and debts you never incurred is exhausting as well.
The risks associated with identity theft are numerous, and they can take a toll on you physically, emotionally, and financially.
Our legal packages are highly beneficial to consumers who find themselves in such circumstances. Some of these benefits include:
- A free phone consultation with our expert attorneys
- Protection against harassment and unfair and deceptive debt collection practices
- A detailed explanation of your credit report on a monthly basis
- Constant credit monitoring across the three main credit bureaus
- Round-the-clock monitoring of your identity to safeguard you from further identity theft
Our legal packages can help you deal with the hurdles of identity theft-induced debt and bad credit. Choose your plan today and begin your journey back to the freedom that comes with good credit.
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