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WDVA: Law firm’s time-barred debt action is triable FDCPA violation (access required)

A law firm that initiated a lawsuit to collect a debt owed to its client could be found liable for a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, since the action was time-barred. The law firm’s assertion of the ...

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No FDCPA Claim for Medical Bill Collector (access required)

In plaintiff’s suit against a collection agency trying to collect her unpaid medical bill of $143.80, plaintiff alleges no falsehood, misrepresentation, unfairness or unconscionable means covered by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Newport News U.S. District Court ...

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Fair Debt Claim Survives for ‘Validation Notice’ (access required)

A consumer debtor suing defendant debt collector has stated a claim under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act with allegations that defendant’s initial collection letter failed to comply with statutory requirements for a proper debt “validation notice” informing plaintiff of ...

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Missing Disputed Debt Notice States FCRA Claim (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court adopts a magistrate judge’s recommendation and denies dismissal of plaintiff’s suit alleging defendant violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act by falsely reporting a balance on her home mortgage loan, which plaintiff asserts had been paid ...

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