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How to Handle a Call from a Debt Collector

February 7, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Your cell number is your cell number, and you’re not changing it. You’d lose contact with too many people you care about. Unfortunately, everyone else has it, too. If you’re getting debt collection calls, you may have other things to [ . . . ]

Can a Debt Collector Message Me on Facebook?

August 26, 2016 Brian V. Lee

If you are being pressured to pay a debt, you know that collection agents can be relentless. A collection agency may be constantly bombarding you with demands for payment. Letters, phone calls, and . . . Facebook? That’s right. Social media makes [ . . . ]

You Can’t Go to Jail for a Debt

September 22, 2013 Brian V. Lee

A long time ago, when our country was very young, the U.S. had separate prisons for people who could not repay their debts. We called these jails “debtors’ prisons.” Today, we think it preposterous to throw someone in jail for [ . . . ]

Debt Collection Companies and Negotiating Debts

April 30, 2013 Brian V. Lee

Many of my clients get debt collection calls and and debt demand letters, and many of these calls and letters come from just a few debt collection agencies. All of the big banks contract out their default and delinquent accounts [ . . . ]

Be Prepared When the Collection Agent Calls

June 12, 2010 Brian V. Lee

When the collection agent calls, be prepared. Thanks to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you don’t have to take abuse just because you owe a debt. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) strictly prohibits debt collectors from using [ . . . ]