Is Credit One calling you constantly?

Has Credit One called you constantly in the last 4 years?

Have you asked Credit One to stop calling?

Did they continue to call?

Contact my office to see if you are entitled to compensation under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

You may be entitled to $500 to $1,500 per call.

You have to take action. The balls in your court.

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ROBOCALL TIP: If you have a collector like Credit One calling, be sure to take notes of when you tell them to stop calling. If they keep calling after this, you may have a claim under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. These can be worth up to $1,500 per call. Having the date that you told them to stop calling is a great start to proving you told them to stop.

ROBOCALL TIP: When you get a collection call from a company like Credit One, make sure you know who you are actually talking to. Make sure you know WHICH debt they are calling about.

Because we take our cell phones everywhere we go, getting harassing phone calls or constant phone calls is overly disruptive and can cause great emotional distress. If you have repeatedly told a business or collection agency to stop calling you but they continue to call you, please contact my office to see if you are entitled to compensation. You can complete the contact form on this page or you can call me directly at 770-775-0938. Thank you.

Joseph McClelland

Joseph McClelland is a husband and trial lawyer. Graduate of Loyola University New Orleans School of Law. He currently practices Fair Credit Reporting Act, Telephone Consumer Act, and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act litigation. Earned the designation of Advocate by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.

About the author 

Joseph McClelland

Consumer Attorney that fights big businesses on your behalf.
Started his career in international human rights before eventually finding his true calling in consumer protection law. He is a husband and trial lawyer. Most of his work involves credit reporting errors, robocalls, and identity theft. His law practice is in the Atlanta/Decatur area.