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Debt Collection Agencies: CC-CM Collection Agencies

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When the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was passed over 40 years ago, it was meant to protect consumers from debt collection agencies. This means that if you suspect a collection agency is using an abusive tactic that violates the FDCPA, you could be eligible for up to $1,000 in damages.

An example of an FDCPA violation would be if you received a letter from a debt collection agency. If on the envelope, it's made blatantly obvious that it is a letter to collect a debt, then this would be in violation of the FDCPA.

If you think you embarrassing means are being used to collect an alleged debt from you, contact a consumer rights attorney. With help from a lawyer, you can stop the abusive tacts and possibly receive up to $1,000 in damages.

Here are some collection agencies and how you can stop the embarrassing means being used to collect a debt:

More collection agencies that start with "C": C-CB, CN-Col, Com-CQ, Cr-Cy.