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FTC News about Asset Acceptance


I KNEW they were jerks....

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Re: FTC News about Asset Acceptance

This is good news. CA's should be held accountable for their actions.

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Re: FTC News about Asset Acceptance

They should have to pull back information reported to the CRAs when no notification was provided....  I have one of those.

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Re: FTC News about Asset Acceptance

I received a call from these guys regarding a phone bill I owed from 2004. I told the guy that this was beyond the SOL and they could not collect it, and not to contact me again. I received their letter stating the debt is too old to sue for... I was happy to get the letter, and rest assured if I hear from them again on this one they will get a complaint.

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