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I Sued My Debt Collector and They Are Still Coming After Me

Written by Steve Rhode


Dear Steve,

I sued a debt collector under the Texas rule 392.202. The debt collector continued collection activity on account they never validated. Of course they claim to have validated the debt, but there is no evidence they did. I am confused because they now they have filed a counter-claim on debt they never validation. I’m thinking about filing a Motion for Summary Judgment, but not quite sure of the language I should use to convey the fact that by filing a claim they are continuing collection activity.



Dear Michelle,

I’m not an attorney so you would need to speak with an attorney who is licensed in apparently Texas.

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