Defending Yourself and Protecting What’s Yours
What do you do if you’re sued for debt? Hiring a lawyer sometimes costs more than just giving up, but how can you know the person suing you has a right to do it? And if they don’t, you might have to pay twice.
This video discusses your options and shows you how you can defend yourself and avoid paying unless you absolutely have to. It isn’t “wrong” to protect yourself. In fact, it’s not good if you don’t. The system works best if you stand up for yourself. And one thing is for sure: if you don’t protect yourself, no one else will.
Why You Will Win if you Defend Yourself
It isn’t difficult to defend yourself from the debt collectors. It just requires that you do a few things that take you beyond your comfort zone. It will take some work, of course, and sometimes it may be frustrating, but you can do it, and the rewards can really be great. You will be able to do something it would cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars to get someone else to do for you, and you’ll know they’ll never be able to push you around again.