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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -- By the FDCPA all you have to do is send a Cease and Desist letter to the compnay if they proceed to cal you can sue for $1,000 per infraction.
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Posted by creditwrench on 2007-07-25:
That is quite true but the problem is that in order to sue one has to hire and attorney and that is an almost impossible feat to accomplish. Most attorneys don't know a thing about FDCPA and don't want to mess with it. Not enough money in it for them. So that means that you have to learn how to sue in federal court as a pro se litigant. Creditwrench.com is the only one I know of that will teach you how to do that.
Posted by collector4life on 2007-08-19:
Or you could always pay your bills like the rest of the taxpayers in the US do. They are probably trying to recover money you owe to the government in some form or another....if you don't want to pay you aren't far from Mexico, why don't you take a boat....bye
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