You have the right to sue and collect damages against Pinnacle Credit Services under the federal statute known as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA") if they unlawfully, threaten, intimidate, lie or harass you or commit any of the following acts:
If you believe you are a victim of any of these practices by Pinnacle Credit Services or any other creditor, you should contact a debt settlement attorney immediately to find out your rights.
Creditors must send you notice of a debt and include a description of the debt and where to send payment. You have the right to object to the debt within 30 days of receipt of the notice by sending a written objection to them. During any verbal communications, they must identify themselves as a debt collector attempting to collect a debt.
If you are being harassed or threatened by Pinnacle Credit Services or any other creditor regarding the collection of a debt, you should contact a debt settlement attorney immediately. The attorney can explain your rights under the FDCPA and other state laws. The attorney can defend and represent you in court and negotiate a debt settlement plan with your creditor.