Getting Sued by Chase?
New York Debt Lawyers Shielding Your Consumer Rights!
Big banks are not well-known for giving leeway and latitude to their customers
who fall late on payments. However, they can sometimes be too eager to
slam people with lawsuits that ruin their livelihood. If Chase –
known commercially as JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. – is suing you for
owed debts, you might be going up against a legal power backed by a company
that pulled in a net income of over $14
trillion in 2014. What can you do to ensure you are not flattened and overlooked by them?
The answer is simple: hit back with a legal team that is not afraid of
going up against Goliath. At Lebedin Kofman, LLP, our New York debt attorneys
have taken on some of the biggest collection agencies and banks out there,
all to protect our clients’ rights. We can challenge the amount
of debt they are trying to collect, eliminate the debt completely through
proving its invalidity, or argue to have it significantly lessened. Whatever
we need to do for you, we want to.
Dial 888.605.2705 to speak directly with our talented debt relief lawyers today.
Recent Controversies Surrounding Chase
The longer we practice debt relief litigation for the people in New York,
the more we become familiar with large corporation tactics that verge
on unlawful, or are at least controversial. Within the span of only a
few years – 2011 to 2013 – JPMorgan Chase has been forced
to pay upwards of $16 billion in fines and settlements for questionable
activities. There have even been accusations of the company closing down
specific accounts based solely on the type of products the client sold
While the actions Chase is taking against you might not be controversial
or illegal, it is always brow-raising to see news stories reporting such
actions from a company so large. In a way, it serves as a reminded to
everyone that the rights of the individual American should be protected
before the interests of a corporation.
Do Not Fall Down – Rise Up!
Creditors and collection agencies are not permitted to harass you in any
way, shape, or form, no matter how much money you allegedly owe. Your
privacy must be maintained within the limits of the law. Your property
cannot be seized without due process and legislation.
If Chase is pursuing a debt from you and you believe they are allowing
unjust business practices to be used against you, the time to take action
is now. The first step is to stand up for yourself with the help of our
professional New York debt attorneys, and sometimes this is enough to
intimidate the opposition.
Were your consumer rights violated?
Contact us today for a
free case evaluation!