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How to Avoid being Sued by a Debt Collector?


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Do you think being sued by a Debt Collector can be avoided?  Why do debt collectors pursue taking consumers to court, debt collectorwhen they do not have the legal authority to do so?  Well what I have learned is that, debt collectors know that 80% of the general public do not know that there are Federal laws that can protect a consumers.

In the video below, I will share some of the strategies that I have used to avoid being sued by debt collector.  These strategies come  from the FDCPA, which is Federal Debt Collection Practices Act.

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4 Responses to “How to Avoid being Sued by a Debt Collector?”

  1. I think most of us have experienced some financial hardships in some point in time but yeah I think it’s best for us to know how to not get things out of hand and get brought to court to add even more problems to the equation.

    Excellent tips!

  2. A good friend of mine was in serious debt trouble and found that creditors were selling off her debt and continuing to accept her payments while the debt collectors were also trying to collect payments. She filed a complaint with the state Attorney General’s office. She still had to pay her original debt, but it kept the collector’s quiet.

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