Were You Sued by Asset Acceptance?

Get an Experienced Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney on Your Side

Asset Acceptance is an organization that claims to help creditors discharge the delinquent debt of consumers and point consumers on the path to financial success. Unfortunately, the reality of what this company does is quite a different story. Asset Acceptance is known for attempting to collect debts people don’t owe and filing erroneous class action lawsuits.

If you’ve been harassed or sued by Asset Acceptance, you do not have to sit back and endure this illegal behavior. A Michigan bankruptcy attorney may be able to defend you from their claims against you. With over 15 years of experience, you can trust Hensel Law Office, PLLC to fight aggressively for your rights.

What do I need to know about Asset Acceptance?

There are numerous different acts that protect consumers from unfair collection practices, including the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Based on blatant violations of these acts, the Federal Trade Commission sued Asset Acceptance.

Asset Acceptance was charged with the following violations:

  • Lying about ownership and validity of debts
  • Failing to notify consumers when providing negative information to creditors
  • Failing to authenticate debts when they had been disputed in writing
  • Knowingly reporting wrong information to creditors
  • Breaking the statute of limitations

These violations show just how dishonest Asset Acceptance really is. If you’ve been sued by this organization and are unsure of how to proceed, you need a knowledgeable and aggressive attorney in your corner. The last thing you want is to lose hard-earned money unnecessarily based purely on fraudulent and illegal claims.

At Hensel Law Office, PLLC, I will take your case seriously and dedicate my best efforts to solving it effectively. I have successfully represented clients throughout Brighton and Sterling Heights. Your future depends on how this lawsuit is handled – trust my firm to deliver when it counts.

Schedule your free, no-obligation case evaluation right away to speak with a Michigan bankruptcy lawyer.