FDCPA Glossary

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The FDCPA can be immensely confusing. You may not know what rights you have as a consumer, and third-party debt collectors may use terminology that's confusing.

If you've been harassed by a third-party debt collector and you came across a word or phrase you haven't heard before, we may be able to help. If you're still confused, or if you'd like the harassment to stop, you should speak with an FDCPA attorney as soon as possible.

A creditor harassment attorney can help stop the phone calls, giving you peace of mind. You also may be entitled to damages if the debt collector violated the FDCPA. To have the best chance of getting compensated for an FDCPA violation or any additional actual damages, you should fill out a Free Evaluation to be connected with an attorney in your area as soon as possible.

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