WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE BEING CONTACT BY HOUSLANGER & ASSOCIATES
Have you received phone calls, a collection letter, or a lawsuit from the attorneys at law firm Houslanger & Associates? Have debt collectors threatened to garnish your wages? Debt collectors can be relentless in trying to contact you if they believe there is a suspected debt owed by you. Debt collectors’ main interest is finding out if you have the capacity to pay them immediately.
consultation is always free.
Here at the Tayne Law Group, we are experienced in handling debt collection agencies. Combined, we have over 60 years of debt resolution experience. Call and find out today, how we can help you resolve your debts in the best manner. All phone consultations are free always!
WHO IS HOUSLANGER & ASSOCIATES?
Houslanger & Associates is a New York law firm. This firm has the ability to freeze consumers’ bank accounts and garnish wages. Law-firm debt collectors such as Houslanger & Associates supposedly employ few attorneys and have many debt collectors. When it comes to dealing with debt collectors, it is essential that you fully grasp your rights as a consumer.
If your account is verified, it might be time to seek counsel. Call Tayne Law Group at 1-866-890-7337 and discuss your matter today! We are a debt resolutions law firm and we can advise as to all legal options.
Keep in mind they are debt collectors and calls are often recorded at debt collection agencies.
The contact information for Houslanger & Associates is as follows:
Houslanger and Associates, PLLC
372 New York Ave
Huntington, NY 11743-3311
P: (631) 427-1140
WHY TAYNE LAW GROUP?
We know debt and as a result we know how to resolve it! With a combined experience of over 60 years in the debt resolution industry, you can feel good about who you’re working with. Few firms out there can make this claim. Call today for a free, no-obligation debt help consultation and see what a difference a phone call can make. Call NOW! 1-866-890-7337, you have nothing to lose in making the call to find out your rights.