I am announcing the formation of Michigan Consumer Credit Lawyers and its new blog

For the past several years, I have blogged about issues affecting debt collectors and their opponents, consumers. Some people have taken issue with the fact that I help both the proverbial Coyote and Road Runner. Too bad. Running a successful law firm such as Nitzkin and Associates has its advantages such as taking the cases that I want to take and representing the people that I want to represent.
I have decided to form an division in my firm dedicated strictly to helping consumers; its called Michigan Consumer Credit Lawyers. The website is still under construction. When it is complete, I will let you know. I anticipate that it will be live in the next few weeks. This new website will contain several self help videos for consumers on issues from what to do when they get sued to how to handle an abusive debt collector. Take heart as we also republishing our Nitzkin and Associates website with many instructional videos too.
The MCCL blog is already up at www.micreditlawyerblog.com. On this new blog, I will talk only about issues that affect consumers who have been wronged by debt collectors, banks, credit reporting agencies and anyone else that would treat a consumer like crap. MCCL’s website will be up shortly to coach consumers on what to do when they are faced down by their larger and financially better heeled opponents. We are here for them to even those odds.
We are still and will always be debt collection attorneys. However, we mostly represent businesses and do commercial debt collection and hence, we really have no conflict of interest. I, Gary Nitzkin, will continue to write this blog coaching debt collectors on how to avoid violating the FDCPA and the FCRA.

If you have questions about credit or collection issues, contact Attorney Gary Nitzkin or call toll free (888) 293-2882 for a free consultation.  For more information about our firm, visit www.creditor-law.com.  For more information about debt collection, follow our blog at www.michigancollectionlawblog.com.

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