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Consumer Protection – FDCPA – ‘Misleading’ Statements (access required)

A lawyer’s initial letter to debtor’s husband asserting the husband signed a note securing a deed of trust on property purchased by debtor, and threatening legal action for husband’s default, states a claim for violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, says an Alexandria U.S. District Court. First, because plaintiff’s second amended complaint satisfies the ...

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