4 years Ago, MarcWites
Being sued by a credit card company for unpaid debts can be demoralizing and frightening—but it shouldn’t scare you into inaction. By confronting the situation head-on, you can find a solution that works for you.
If you’re currently facing a law suit from your credit card company, you have a few options:
Tip: Negotiating with a credit card company can be time-consuming and extremely stressful. If you do go this route, stay committed, and make sure that you don’t agree to anything that isn’t in your financial best interests.
Tip: While the idea of a fresh start and freedom from credit card debt may tempt some into filing for bankruptcy, this is not a decision to be taken lightly: bankruptcy can hurt your credit, put your assets at risk, and in some cases, could affect your employment options in the future. Make sure to explore all possible alternatives to be sure that this truly is the best option for you.
Our consumer debt attorneys can help you understand your rights when you’re being sued by a credit card company. Moreover, unlike debt settlement companies and credit counseling services, a consumer debt lawyer can give you advice, represent you in court, and settle your debt with the company—often for pennies on the dollar.
Tip: Worried you can’t afford the cost of an attorney? Don’t be. Consumer debt attorneys understand the situation you’re in; after they’ve negotiated down your debts and settled the lawsuit, they’ll work with you to create an affordable payment plan.
If you’re being sued by a credit card company for unpaid debts, call Wites Law Firm today. We’ve worked with hundreds of clients just like you, and credit card companies know that we mean business. We’ve settled lawsuits by credit card companies for a fraction of the original debt and helped our clients move on with their lives.
Get in touch today for a free consultation, and find out how we can help: