Michigan

Consumer Protection Lawyers

248-208-8864

Michigan Consumer Protection Lawyers

Find help for issues with credit reporting errors, debt collection harassment and more

Has a credit reporting error prevented you from qualifying for a mortgage or damaged your employment prospects? Are you being harassed, threatened, or abused by debt collectors, calling you names, impersonating law enforcement, or threatening to throw you in jail? Did a car dealership tell you that your financing was approved on the spot, only to take the car back soon after, when your financing mysteriously fell through? Are telemarketers violating the Do Not Call list to get your attention? Is your cell phone getting spammed nonstop from unknown callers or phony free cruise! offers? We can help.

At Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, we understand that the feelings of frustration and urgency can be overwhelming when accurate information and honest answers seem hard to find. With our knowledge and experience we can help you get to the root of your issue and seek remedies. Call our office at (248) 208-8864 for immediate attention to your matter.

Below, you can find the answers and guidance through major consumer protection issues, including:

Our website contains information about your rights and how to exercise them effectively. Explore our website for checklists, logs, and other documents you can use to collect evidence. Read through our ever-expanding Learning Center for factual, reliable information on what you can expect while working through consumer rights issues.

Attorney Ian Lyngklip and his talented legal team gained their knowledge by working with thousands of people just like you facing complicated legal issues. We believe you should have access to accurate information when making important legal decisions.

Call (248) 208-8864 or fill out our online contact form. We are located in Michigan and serve people throughout the state and nationwide. Contact us today.

How do I correct credit reporting errors?

No one can legally remove timely and accurate credit reporting, even if it is negative. However, any inaccurate items can be disputed. If the matter remains unresolved after the dispute process, civil action, or a lawsuit, is the next step.

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How do I get a debt collector to stop calling me?

Under the FDCPA, you can contact a debt collector and dictate how – if at all – they are allowed to contact you. If debt collectors ignore your request and continue with unwanted contact, we can help you stand up for your rights and take legal action. You should not live in fear of constant harassment from debt collectors falsely threatening to arrest you or seize your car or home. We can work with you to hold debt collection companies accountable for their actions.

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How do I stop robocalls and automated phone calls?

Debt collectors, banks and other businesses are prone to the misuse of automated calling technology. Robocalls frequently interrupt work, meals, quiet time, or any busy times during your day. In rare instances, errors in programming could cause the auto-dialer to call your number regularly. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and related statutes outline acceptable use of auto-dialing technology, provide consumers with access to the courts, payment of their attorney’s fees, and remedies for wrongs that may have been committed.

If you receive robocalls or automated phone calls, keep a call log with as much detail as possible.

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What are my rights if I am the victim of auto financing fraud?

If you are dealing with any of these issues, give us a call right away. Auto finance fraud is an especially urgent situation. Do not allow yourself to be pushed around by an auto dealer who is already savvy in manipulating buyers. Contact us right away.

Contact Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center and discover what we can do for you. Call (248) 208-8864 to discuss your matter. We represent clients on contingency in almost all matters, meaning there are no out-of-pocket costs to you.

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