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Having Problems With a Debt Collector. Affordable Legal Help Available Here.


One of the common requests I hear from readers is for legal help with issues surrounding their debt problems when they feel they’ve been hurt or abused by a debt collector. In the past I’ve always referred people to the National Association of Consumer Advocates and the legal friends and protectors to find an attorney that is licensed in ... Read More »

    Credit Report Data Broker Leaks a Concern for FTC

    Big Bad Burglar

    The Federal Trade Commission sent letters to ten data broker companies warning that their practices could violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) after a test-shopping operation by the FTC indicated the companies were willing to sell consumer information without abiding by FCRA requirements. The test-shopping operation was part of a worldwide privacy protection effort. FTC staff members posed as ... Read More »

      The Collection Agency Knows I’m Not Responsible But They Keep Trying to Collect. – Jonathan


      “Dear Steve, I have a medical bill thats on collection that doesn’t belong to me. I tried to dispute but the only one of the credit bureau. Its a medical for a doctor, i never been to. When i call the collection agency, they told me its for a yessenia torres, when she took her daughter to the doctor. I ... Read More »

        Does the Wave of Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA) Suits Benefit Consumers or Lawyers?

        A tipster (send in your tips here) forwarded to me an article about Thomas Lyons, Esq. in Minnesota who was disbarred in 2010 for filing suits under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). While there is a need for consumers to have recourse in bringing legal suits against creditors for bad acts, ... Read More »

          FTC Proposes Changes to Fair Credit Reporting Act

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          The Federal Trade Commission is proposing revisions to the notices that consumer reporting agencies provide to consumers, and to users and furnishers of credit report information under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The FCRA requires the FTC to publish model notices for several forms that must be provided by consumer reporting agencies. The proposed changes are designed to reflect ... Read More »

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