Stop Creditor Harassment Debt collection is a huge industry in the U.S. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reports that the debt collection industry creates about $12.2 billion in revenue annually. In their quest to recover
One of the difficult things that debt problems can expose a person to is dealing with aggressive creditors and debt collectors. It is important to not underestimate the toll such dealings can take on a
Many Mississippi residents likely join millions of other consumers from across the country in a similar response to a report citing debt collection as the predominant consumer complaint in the United States. Their reaction: lack
For many people with heavy debt, a major stress in life is creditor harassment. Through phone calls, letters and even interrupting people at work, creditors are often aggressive, sometimes to the point of illegality. In
A few posts back (please see our August 6 entry), we discussed federal legislation entitled the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, which we noted “serves as a strong warning to unethical debt collectors.” Indeed it does,
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