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    July 6, 2020 · Bud Hibbs,Stop Debt Collectors,CFBP,Stop Harassing Call
    A lot of people in America get sued by collection agencies because they did not complete a payment or are in a lot of debt. What adds to this is that when the collection agency directly sues the debtors, in most cases it results in the victory of the collectors. Because normally, debtors do not...
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    The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in unemployment for a lot of people. And it is evident that most of you may have trouble paying bills and have entered the defaulters' list. So, during such times, getting calls from debt collectors can be quite annoying. But if a debt...
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    If your debt is due, you might notice that your phone is ringing quite frequently. These are the debt collectors who want you to pay your debts immediately. Although debt collectors speak in an authoritative tone, what they cannot do is harass you. A lot of times, debt collectors use coercion,...
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