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What Can Debt Collectors Tell Consumers About The Statute Of Limitations On The Debt Owed?

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Consumers who owe debts to creditors often have to deal with debt collectors, some of whom may make the debt collection process quite unpleasant. However, even when a debt collector is not being abusive, or harassing the consumer, the debt collector may not always be giving the consumer the information the consumer is entitled… Read More »

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Threats To Publish Consumers’ Names For Failing To Pay Debts

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Among the many things some debt collectors threaten consumers with are the threats of publishing the consumer’s name and a list of their unpaid debts, and labeling the consumer a deadbeat who refuses to pay his debts. The thought of the public shaming is calculated to make people make payments, sometimes even if the… Read More »

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Harassment By Debt Collectors And What You Can Do About It

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Debt collector harassment is a problem for many consumers in Philadelphia. What a particular consumer considers harassment can be different from what another consumer considers harassment. Some consumers are more willing to put up with a great deal of harassment; this may be because they do not understand their rights under the law, or… Read More »

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How Do I Handle A Charged Off Debt?

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Sometimes when a person owes a debt, the company or business the debt is owed to may decide to “charge off” the debt. The person who owes the debt, the debtor, may not understand what it means for a debt to be charged off, and whether the company can continue to try and collect… Read More »

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