Get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible so that he can guide you through the right way. And yes this is certainly violation of FDCPA.

These people have been calling my friends and family and pestering them as well. Now I've searched online whether or not there's any such case against me, but the results revealed no such thing. They've been coming up with all possible kinds of threats and I'm clueless as to how I should go about this. Please help.

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Get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible so that he can guide you through the right way. And yes this is certainly violation of FDCPA. You can also report the SAG or the FTC.

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I'd say you did the right thing by searching for the existence of such a case. This kind of collection practice very much sounds like a violation of the Fair Debt Protection Practices Act. Best would be for you to keep a log of these conversations by recording them. You should then get in touch with a good attorney who'd take up your case.


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