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Disagreement with fee is not ‘risk of real harm’ (access required)

Where the plaintiff alleged a debt collection letter, stating that payment by credit or debit card would be “subject to a convenience fee of $3,” violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, or FDCPA, her claim was dismissed because her disagreement with the fee did not constitute a risk of real harm, as required for ...