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  • How Much Money Can I Get for Damages from Debt Collector Harassment?
    How Much Money Can I Get for Damages from Debt Collector Harassment?

    Total consumer debt reached over $4.16 trillion in 2020 . Whether it is student loans, medical bills, or house payments, many Americans struggle under the weight of their debts. To make matters worse, ...

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  • What Are Debt Collectors Prohibited from Doing Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)?
    What Are Debt Collectors Prohibited from Doing Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)?

    A study by Pew Research Center found that around 80% of all Americans are in debt. Whether it be student loans, credit cards, medical bills, or mortgages, many people have debt, and third-party ...

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  • Beware of Debt Collection Scams!
    Beware of Debt Collection Scams!

    In this age of technology, it's no wonder that more and more collection scams are being perpetrated over the internet. All the more reason to become informed as to the red flags. Don't be the next ...

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  • How an Attorney Can Put an End to Debt Collector Harassment
    How an Attorney Can Put an End to Debt Collector Harassment

    Creditors try their best to collect the outstanding debts they are owed, using all manner of tactics to do so, including sending collection letters and making persistent phone calls that never seem to ...

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  • Midland Funding to pay $6 Mil for Unfair Collection Practices
    Midland Funding to pay $6 Mil for Unfair Collection Practices

    In December 2018, the Attorneys General offices of New Jersey and 41 other states reached an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance and Discontinuance with Encore Capital, Midland Funding LLC and Midland ...

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  • NY Approves New Protections for Families of Deceased Debtors
    NY Approves New Protections for Families of Deceased Debtors

    On June 20th, 2018 the New York Senate voted to approve Senate Bill S3491A . In a move to further consumer protections for residents of New York State, the bill sets out to supplement New York General ...

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