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Why Koenig & Associates?

We are dedicated to protecting consumers against violations under the FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, and HIPAA.

We pride ourselves for quality legal services. Our quality leaves a positive lasting impression that will ensure a long-term relationship with every client.

Our competitors make their clients another number. Koenig & Associates sets itself apart by thriving off client satisfaction.

We look forward to serving our clients in areas of the law that protect consumers form debt collector harassment, abusive collection techniques, and unlawful telephone solicitation practices.

We have helped many consumers from continued debt collector harassment, abusive debt collection techniques, abusive creditors, collection agency misrepresentation, unlawful telemarketing, and unlawful telephone solicitation practices.   

We have over 2 decades of experience in consumer statute violations, debt collection laws, debt collector harassment, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Our experience will speak for itself and make the decision simple to select our law firm when dealing with a consumer statute violation.


How We Can Help

The debt collection and telemarketing industries are highly regulated by state and federal laws in order to protect consumers and businesses from illegal conduct by telemarketers, debt collectors, collection agencies, creditors, credit grantors, collection attorneys, and credit bureaus.

Koenig & Associates is a consumer protection law firm dedicated to providing consumers with legal relief from abusive individuals and entities within the debt collection and telemarketing industries. 

The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) were designed to protect you from harassment and illegal conduct by telemarketers, debt collectors, collection agencies, creditors, credit grantors, collection attorneys, and credit bureaus.

Debt collector harassment may occur in many different forms. Some examples include false threats of legal action, repetitious phone calls within a short period of time, threatening to take any action that is not intended, and making false representations. If you feel you are encountering such conduct, it is best to discuss the matter with an attorney. Our office specializes in debt collector harassment, unlawful telemarketing, and unlawful telephone solicitation cases.


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Debt Collector Harassment Attorney

California Debt Collector Harassment Attorney

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It is our goal and passion to provide you with unsurpassed quality consumer protection.

Expired Debt?

Many consumers are misinformed by collection agencies and debt collectors about the collection of statute barred debts. These are debts that have exceeded that permitted time for legal recovery, which generally differed by each state.

Agencies and collectors may imply an obligation to the collection agency, which in reality there is none at all!

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Beginning January 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will begin regulation on over 50% of the collection industry.

The CFPB has developed and created new rules protecting consumers from larger debt-collection agencies. The agencies that are under the governing body of the CFPB are those that account for over $10 million in annual revenue. 

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While consumer complaints related to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act dropped in the last 12 months, we are noticing more statutory violations relating to the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Creditors and collection agencies are known to make erroneous credit bureau remarks that are damaging to a consumer’s ability to obtain credit, lease real estate, refinance existing loans, and increases interest rates.

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