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Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013 12:09 AM


Would you like to tell the credit card companies & their collection lawyers to "CALL MY ATTORNEY” ? Contact us now. Free Consultation. Today. Immediate Representation. Today.

Call us your lawyers and let us deal with those pesky bill collectors as your retained attorney. Call us your lawyers and we will call, write and negotiate with each of your creditors for you. This will stop them from calling and bugging you ever again and it will definitely delay them from suing you, giving you some valuable breathing room and a break from the harassment and the constant phone calls. And for some creditors, this will be enough for them to just go away and leave you alone forever. All you need to do is send us the contact info for each bill collector who is driving you crazy with your retainer.

Within 48 hours, every one of your bill collectors will be contacted by phone and certified by us as your attorneys. All bill collectors are covered under a single retainer. And we guarantee you that after we contact them your bill collectors will never call you again. Contact us now if you would like to be able to tell them to "call my attorney". For further details, contact us at (212-591-0400) at Lee & Associates, 244 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001 or

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Note: As consumer advocates we vacate default judgments, stop bank account restraints, stop wage garnishments and defend lawsuits for the little people. Some of the firms we work against include Cohen & Slamowitz, Forstser & Garbus, Mitchell Kay & Associates, Zwicker Associates, Rubin & Rothman, LR Credit, Midland Funding, Capital One Bank, Discover Card & LVNV, LLC. Note, further, that this is attorney advertising and therefore, you need to be informed that all cases are unique and past results are only indicative of possible outcomes in your particular matter.

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