Tag Archives: District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

Class-Action Complaint Accuses Collector of Violating FDCPA By Not Explicitly Detailing to Where Disputes Should be Sent

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against a collection agency for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by having multiple addresses on a collection letter it sent and not explicitly communicating to which address disputes or requests for original creditor information should be sent. A copy of the …

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Judge Grants MTD in FDCPA Case Against Alleged Scammers

A District Court judge in Michigan has dismissed a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act class-action against a collection law firm and three attorneys — who have been charged separately with multiple felonies for allegedly forging proofs of service in collection lawsuits — ruling that the plaintiffs lacked standing to sue …

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Judge Dismisses TCPA Class Action Over Collection Calls

A District Court judge in Michigan has dismissed class-action claims made by a plaintiff that debt collection calls made by a creditor to a consumer’s cell phone without consent in an attempt to reach the plaintiff’s brother violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act because the equipment used by the defendant …

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