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Jury Finds Collection Agency’s Letter Advising That Consumer Would Next Hear From An Attorney Did Not Falsely Threaten Suit In Violation Of The FDCPA

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following was written by Ronald S. Canter and is being re-published with his permission.] Stephanie Adams of Windsor, Virginia, who operates a credit repair business out of her home, was subject of collection action by Applied Business Services of Edenton, North Carolina for an unpaid medical bill. Applied sent …

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MSJ Denied in FDCPA Case Over False Name Exemption

A Magistrate judge in Florida has denied motions for summary judgment from both the plaintiff and the defendant in a case where the defendant — a hospital — is accused of violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by using the name of its in-house collection operation when filing a …

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