The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is asking for public input about alleged debt collector abuse. Debt collectors have gotten away with intimidating tactics for too long. Restrictions are in place to stop debt collectors from using misleading or harassing action but these laws are often broken anyways.
Reporting these actions to the CFPB is an important step in the right direction. A stronger step is contacting a debt settlement attorney to uphold your rights. Settle your debt while ensuring that debt collectors are held accountable for violating your rights.
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