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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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  • How Do I Get Compensated Under FDCPA?
    How Do I Get Compensated Under FDCPA?

    If debt collectors are hounding you for an unpaid bill, then you have rights. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA ) protects you against abusive or harassing debt collectors. The FDCPA can ...

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  • What Is The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act?
    What Is The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act?

    If you are like most Americans, then you probably have some form of debt. When that debt becomes due, you may be contacted by a debt collector. What you may not know is that debt collectors cannot ...

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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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