Video – Threats To Sue After The Statute Of Limitations Has Expired Violate The FDCPA

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Debt collectors – collection agencies, collection law firms, debt buyers, etc – cannot threaten to do anything that they:

1. Don’t intend to do; or 2. Can’t do.

It is illegal under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) to sue a consumer after the statute of limitations has expired.

So, it is illegal to threaten to sue after the time period has expired.

We have seen many consumers intimidated into paying debts they don’t have to or that they don’t owe for fear of being sued by a debt collector.

Know your rights.

Take action.

This is the best way to fight back against abusive law breaking debt collectors.

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