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Examples of when a Debt Collector Breaks the Law

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  • Lied To You About Anything?

  • Embarrassed you or Humiliated You?

  • Treated You Unfairly?


  • If ANY Debt Collector (Or Original Creditor in California Only) has done anything to collect a debt that is untruthful, embarrassing or unfair, then you MAY have a case! 

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Don't Block Telephone Numbers

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