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TCPA Suit Filed Over Collection Calls

A woman from Florida has filed a lawsuit against ADT Corp., alleging the company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act by making debt collection calls to her mobile phone without first obtaining her consent. The suit was filed in the District Court for the …

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Collection Agency Files RICO Lawsuit Against Lexington Law Group

A collection agency has taken the incredibly bold step of accusing a number of defendants, namely the Lexington Law Group, of violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act because of what the plaintiff describes is a “predatory and fraudulent ‘credit repair’ scheme.” A copy of the complaint in …

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Canceled, But Possibly Still Collectible

A trio of lawyers from the law firm of Buckley Sandler have written a comprehensive overview of what to do when attempting to collect on charged-off debt, especially in cases where a 1099-C form has been issued to the individual in question. The lawyers — John Redding, Sasha Leonhardt, and Jessica …

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