Tired of being abused by the harrassing calls of scam debt collectrors? Help yourself by downloading the sample Cease and Desist Letter and ask the collection agency to refrain from disturbing you.

Cease and Desist Letter

Are you getting repeatedly harassed by abusive phone calls and collection attempts by scamming debt collectors? Then, a Cease and Desist Letter can help you. Here is a sample of a Cease and Desist Letter you can use:




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Dear Sir,
Re:

Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, I am asking you to cease all communication with me and my acquaintances as well as cease all your collection efforts in relation to the account referenced above. I would prefer to deal with the original creditor and not with a collection agency.

Should you refuse to comply with my request, I will lodge complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and the (insert your state name) Attorney General’s Office. I will also pursue civil and criminal claims against your agency under the provisions of FDCPA and state consumer protection regulations.

I hope you will pay heed to my request and give this letter all the attention it deserves.

Sincerely,

Your Signature______________________________

Your Name___________________________________


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