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How Debt Collectors Break the Law

If a debt collector contacts you and does any of the following they are breaking the law. Believe me when I tell you many of them break the law every minute of the working day! 103 more words

Know the Facts about your Debt

Here are some facts about Kansas debt collection law.

The time limit for oral contracts and open-ended accounts is three years while the limit for promissory notes is five years and the limit for written contracts is six years. 319 more words

You shouldn't have to outsmart your debt collector

According to the Urban Institute, 35 percent of adults in America are in debt.

And for those 77 million Americans, a simple Google search will tell them everything they need to know about how to evade their debts. 447 more words

Debt Collection

Can you inherit your dead parent's debts?

By: Jeanne Sahadi

For adult children, the death of a parent is a fraught experience. Adding to the stress: the unwelcome surprise that Mom or Dad died with big debts. 936 more words


Debt collectors are now preying on other debt collectors

By:Mandi Woodruff

The debt collections industry in the U.S. is so under-regulated these days that even debt collectors are getting scammed by debt collectors, as theNew York Times Magazine illustrated in a lengthy feature this past weekend. 1,077 more words


High Street Banks And The Student Loan Company In The Spotlight Over Misleading Debt Collection Letters

The High Street Banks Lloyds, Halifax, Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest, Ulster Bank, Barclaycard and HSBC have been found sending debt collection letters to customers which gave the impression of being sent from third party solicitors or debt collectors. 523 more words

Articles Relating To Debt Issues

Collections - Pointers For Success

The first step in Collections is knowing your customer. And we mean, REALLY knowing your customer.

Collection of any debt starts at the very beginning of the debtor/creditor relationship.  483 more words

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