SUED FOR AN UNPAID CREDIT CARD?
Credit Card Lawsuit Defense
Getting sued for an unpaid credit card is scary. If you’ve been served with papers, it’s time to consult with an attorney at our firm. We have handled thousands of credit card cases, and our consultations are always free.
At the Consumer Rights Law Group, we fight the credit card companies and debt collectors. We defend consumers who have been sued for unpaid credit cards, and we can often do this for a fraction of the balance that the companies allege is owed. Whatever you do, don’t ignore the lawsuit. If you do not show up to court, the credit card company can get a judgment against you, garnish your wages and your bank account. If your wages have been garnished, you need an attorney who will fight to stop your wages from being garnished. If your bank account is frozen, you need a lawyer who will fight the bank garnishment.
You Probably Have a Defense
When a creditor or a debt collector sues you, they have to prove you had the credit card and they have to prove it in court. Often times, credit card companies bring cases that they just cannot win in court and our attorneys fight for your rights. Our attorneys have argued – and won – hundreds, if not thousands, of credit card cases in court. Whether you were sued in small claims court or for a huge credit card balance, we offer aggressive representation in defending our clients from credit card lawsuits.
If you’ve been sued for an unpaid credit card, call our Tampa credit card attorneys for a free consultation. Our fees, if any, are minimal and often times we may be able to actually recover money for you instead.
At The Consumer Rights Law Group, PLLC we advocate for you and defend you when credit card companies take you to court.
Let Us Help
If a credit card company is taking you to court, do not go it alone. Remember, their attorneys do this day in and day out and they want to win so they can take your money. Contact our law firm today to speak with an attorney who will develop a strategy for fighting your case.