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How to Sue Debt Collectors Who Break the Law

If you believe that a debt collector has violated the law, you can sue the debt collector. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) protects consumers from being harassed by debt collectors. If you win your case, the court may order the debt collector to pay your attorney’s fees and costs.

To sue a debt collector, you must have evidence that the debt collector has violated the law. For example, you may have a recording of a phone call in which the debt collector threatened to garnish your wages or take away your home.

If you think that a debt collector has violated the law, contact an experienced consumer rights attorney to discuss your case.

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