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Collection Laws Governing Debt Collection Agencies

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Being contacted by a third party consumer debt collection agency can be an incredibly stressful situation to be in, especially if they are using unfair and deceptive ways to collect a debt.

If a third-party consumer debt collection agency is contacting you, there are certain regulations that they need to follow. All debt collection agencies have to follow their state’s statute of limitations laws, every state is different.

What Are the Collection Laws That Govern Debt Collection Agencies?

Dealing with a debt collection agency can be a daunting task. If they are not abiding by their state’s collection laws, then you may want to speak with an FDCPA attorney. An attorney will be able to help guide you through this process in order to have a successful claim.

If your consumer rights have been violated, seek the counsel of an FDCPA attorney right away.

Here is some more information on the collection laws that govern debt collection agencies:

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