FDCPA

Wash. Appeals Court Overturns Ruling for Collector

The Court of Appeals for the State of Washington has reversed a lower court’s ruling and has held a debt collector vicariously liable for the creditor refusing to return an individual’s security deposit when she abandoned the lease for her townhome and required the collector to pay attorney fees and …

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Collector Accused of Violating Reg F, FDCPA by Furnishing Info about Plaintiff’s Father on Plaintiff’s Credit Report

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Judge Denies MTD in FDCPA Case Over Misreported Debt

Every time inaccurate information is furnished to a credit reporting agency constitutes a separate and discrete violation, ruled a District Court judge in Ohio, who denied a defendant’s partial motion to dismiss a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case that it argued was time-barred because the one-year statute of limitations …

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Collector Facing FDCPA Class Action for Sending Undated MVN

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