Professional Debt Mediation Calling? | Debt Abuse + Harassment Lawyer


Hi folks, I’m Sergei Lemberg. I run Lemberg
Law, the consumer law firm that sponsors the website, StopCollector.com. We do not charge
consumers for our services and we’ve recovered more than thirty million dollars for more
than ten thousand clients. If Professional Debt Mediation is harassing
you, calling your cell phone, calling friends or family, turn the tables. Pick up the phone
and give us a call. Let me tell you a couple of things about Professional
Debt Mediation. They’re based in Jacksonville, Florida. They were founded in 1998. They do
primary, secondary, and older account collections for apartment, rental homes, homeowners associations,
payday loans, healthcare, and student loans. They’ve been sued 42 times in federal courts. If Professional Debt Mediation is calling
you, they could be violating the law – whether or not you owe the debt. They could be violating the Telephone Consumer
Protection Act by robocalling you on your cell phone without your consent or after you
told them to stop calling. Under that law, you could be entitled to up to fifteen hundred
dollars per call. They could also be breaking the Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act by repeatedly calling or harassing you; threatening you with lawsuits;
failing to tell you that they’re debt collectors; calling you at work after you tell them not
to; talking to others about your debts; or lying to you. If your FDCPA rights have been violated, you
may be entitled to up to one thousand dollars. There’s only one way to find out. Give us
a call. We’ll be glad to talk to you. Our representation is free for you. Don’t wait!
Let us give you a free consultation and help you get the money you deserve.

3 comments on “Professional Debt Mediation Calling? | Debt Abuse + Harassment Lawyer”

  1. TylerIn3D says:

    It is deeply worrying that people fall for Professional Debt Mediation's schemes so often. At least there are people out there like you that can help make things right!

  2. Linsey Ross says:

    When they use names with Mediation in it people will fall for that so much thinking that these people will help them settle their debt. Instead they take them for what they have and harass them more and more. You would think that after being sued 42 times that the business would be shut down.

  3. Lauren Conners says:

    I'll be giving you a call. I could use some help with a collector. They shouldn't be able to use "Mediation" in the name. They're not mediating anything–they demand money.

    Thanks for the info!

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