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Re: When Collection Agencies Cross the Line
Posted by: Dave Lieber 2007-12-19 20:12:24
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Linda LaBeau didn't know her rights as a credit-card holder. She did know she was getting constant calls from a collection agency for a debt she wasn't sure was hers. Angry, scared and frustrated, she asked The Watchdog several smart questions. We found some surprising answers. Turns out consumers have more rights than most of us know. Earlier this year, LaBeau, of Fort Worth, Texas, was the victim of credit-card identity theft. So she was rightfully paranoid when debt collectors started calling and telling her she owed US$4,000 on her Capital One credit card.

Re: When Collection Agencies Cross the Line
Posted by: lawgrace 2007-12-19 20:39:05 In reply to: Dave Lieber
FREDDIE MAC and WELLS FARGO needlessly pay DEBT COLLECTORS to outmaneuver ľand even persecute people who file court proceedings in opposition to fraudulent collections and foreclosures. Also, in lawsuits for "Unfair Debt Collection" damages, collectors get to make even more $$ via litigation, along with co-conspirators who enjoy pieces of the foreclosure pie. *See irrefutable proof at www.lawgrace.org.
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