Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) of 1978, consumers have protection. This gives consumers the right to sue debt collectors who are abusive. You can sue a debt collector if they do the following:

  • Call during strange hours
  • Harass or threaten you
  • Threaten to sue you
  • Threaten to embarrass you by calling family or friends
  • Continue to make collection efforts after you told them to discontinue
  • Make misleading statements in written collection notices
  • Report false information about y...

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