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  • Overview Of 15 USC 1692f – Unfair Practices By Debt Collectors
    Overview Of 15 USC 1692f – Unfair Practices By Debt Collectors

    Purchasing things on credit is commonplace for most people. With low or zero interest rates, it makes sense to make monthly payments instead of laying out large amounts of cash. But if the bill comes ...

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  • Overview Of 15 USC 1692e – False Or Misleading Statements From A Debt Collector (Part 2)
    Overview Of 15 USC 1692e – False Or Misleading Statements From A Debt Collector (Part 2)

    The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) lists several things that a debt collector is not allowed to do when trying to collect a valid debt. The law limits how a debt collector can contact you ...

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  • Overview Of 15 USC 1692e – False Or Misleading Statements From A Debt Collector (Part 1)
    Overview Of 15 USC 1692e – False Or Misleading Statements From A Debt Collector (Part 1)

    Receiving letters or phone calls from a debt collector is never a welcomed experience. The threats and intimidation tactics that some debt collectors use can put the most financially savvy person on ...

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  • How Can I Get A Debt Collector To Stop Contacting Me?
    How Can I Get A Debt Collector To Stop Contacting Me?

    Harassing calls and repeated letters from a debt collector can be enough to drive you up the wall. You are entitled to have peace in your home or place of business. Fortunately, the Fair Debt ...

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  • When Can A Debt Collector Contact You?
    When Can A Debt Collector Contact You?

    Making repeated phone calls or sending letters through the mail are common tactics that debt collectors use to contact you about a debt. But in the event a debt collector is unable to locate you, they ...

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  • Harassment And Abuse By A Debt Collector
    Harassment And Abuse By A Debt Collector

    We all do our best to meet our financial obligations, but sometimes an unpaid bill may slip through the cracks. Such an oversight or inability to pay can cause you to be contacted by a debt collector. ...

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