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New York State Establishes New Rules for Debt Collectors

New York State just took a major step in protecting consumer rights in credit card collection cases. The state recently updated its requirements for debt collectors when filing credit card collection cases against debtors, aiming to put a stop to default judgments and unfair claims. A default judgment is legally binding, decided when the debtor…

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How to Write a Cease and Desist Letter for Debt Collectors

Are you experiencing a high volume of aggressive debt collection calls? Are you constantly asking yourself how to stop collection calls? As a consumer you have rights, especially when it comes to harassing collection phone calls. While you can verbally demand that calls stop, and to keep calling you is indeed harassment under the law,…

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How to Stop Stale Debt Collection Calls

By K&S on November 9th, 2011 | No Comments

Posted in: Collection Calls, Debt Harassment
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Collection Calls are always a nuisance, but they are even more annoying when they involve a debt that is too old to be collected through a lawsuit. These old debts are the ones where the statute of limitations has long since passed, making them “stale debts” as the biz refers to them. Such debt is…

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Stop Debt Collectors before They Start: Deferments on Student Loans

Debt Collectors can be nasty and have earned their reputation for not being easy to deal with. It is easier it seems to avoid them altogether, hoping that the problem will go away on its own. Unfortunately, collection agencies have a hard time giving up. They know they are supposed to work within the rules…

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No Harassing Debt Collectors

Consumer Reporter Michelle Buckman explains how to stop debt collector harassment and even collect some money from them.

Debt Collectors: 3 Ways to Stop HARASSMENT Today

Instruct the debt collector to stop calling you at home or at work. Write them a letter if you can with those instructions and save a copy. If the calls continue, they have violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by harassment.

Debt Collection Abuse Contributed to a Man’s Death

…the frequent and harassing calls from a debt collector caused a Tampa man’s blood pressure and stress levels to rise to unhealthy levels. His wife is claiming that the abusive debt collection calls contributed to his death

Debt Collection Calls – How to Handle them

By K&S on August 30th, 2009 | No Comments

Posted in: Debt Collection Lawyers
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Debt Collection Calls are never a pleasant experience but chances are, there is a reason you are being contacted. The first thing you want to do is take control of the call. Do this by asking questions. What is the company name? Where are they located? Tell me more about my debt history? Take notes…

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