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debt collector

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With complaints about debt collectors as Tennesseans top complaint area, the Division of Consumer Affairs and the state Collections Board reminds Tennesseans to be wary of unscrupulous and illegal practices of debt collection agencies.
Senator Grace Poe has called on the Senate Committee on Banks, Financial Institutions and Currencies to investigate reports of alleged "dirty tactics" and other abusive practices being employed by some credit card debt collectors.
Poe said the lack of clear guidelines and dedicated implementation of existing laws and regulations that would punish debt collectors pave way for harassment on borrowers.
It is getting more and more difficult to dodge the debt collectors.
com) debt collector insurance program, "CollectionGuard," was developed by experienced insurance industry professionals to meet the unique exposures for debt collectors, debt buyers and collection attorneys.
CollectionGuard is for debt buyers, debt collectors, and collection attorneys.
The CFPB outlined its plans Thursday to issue rules governing third-party debt collectors -- regulations that credit union trade groups said will have little direct impact on credit unions.
Rhona Manson is being hounded by debt collectors after her car was spotted in a bus lane - a month after she sold it.
The authors show that the existence of third-party debt collectors may improve consumer welfare if credit markets contain a sufficiently large share of opportunistic borrowers who would not repay their debts unless faced with "harsh" debt collection practices.
IDENTITY theft is on the increase and if it happens to you it can be very daunting as it may lead to debt collectors banging on your door.
A READER who was sent numerous letters from debt collectors demanding PS1,323.
Debt collectors running these programs at the direction, supervision, and control of the district attorney have recently come under closer scrutiny by the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).