Below is information about your rights under the FDCPA and an explanation of numerous FDCPA violations.
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor Allowed your Phone to Ring Continuously?
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor Published your name as Someone who Refused to Pay?
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor Threatened to have you Arrested if you did not Pay?
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor Threatened to Sell a Debt you allegedly Owe and told you that the Sale of the Debt would Deprive you of Any Legal Defense or Claim?
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor contacted you and not given you the Mini-Miranda warning?
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor impersonated a police officer in an attempt to collect a debt?
Has a Debt Collector or Creditor sued you and failed to properly notify you of the lawsuit?
Has a debt Collector or Creditor sued you, then told you the paperwork you got was not a lawsuit?
Has a creditor or debt collector sued you in a county or state where you do not live or where the contract was not signed?
Has a debt collector or creditor used or threatened to violence or other criminal means to harm you or your property?
Has a debt collector or creditor reported false credit information to one of the credit reporting agencies?
Has a debt collector or creditor threatened to take some kind of action against you?
What Questions Should You Get Answered Before You Pay a Debt Collector?
What New Proposals to the FDCPA Could Mean for Consumers?
When is a Debt Considered Time Barred?
How are Debt Collectors Allowed to Contact Me?
Who Can I report Debt Collector Harassment To?
Am I Responsible for My Spouses Debt?
What are the Most Common FDCPA Violations?
Can a Debt Collector Garnish My Wages?