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Your Rights When Debt Collectors Violate Connecticut Debt Collection Laws

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When it comes to debts, it’s important to fully know your rights as to whether the Connecticut collector contacting you is violating any debt collection laws. Creditors and collection agencies residing in Connecticut do have limits on what they can do to collect a debt. These limits are set forth in various federal and state laws. The collection […]

FDCPA, Businesses And Persons In Debt

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The FDCPA applies to debt collectors who use interstate commerce, including the regular mail to collect debts. The federal law applies to the collection agency and not the original creditors. Creditors normally try to collect from the debtor first. If the creditor can’t reach satisfactory terms with the debtor, then the creditor will assign or […]

Can Businesses Benefit From Debt Consolidation?

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Businesses are allowed to file for bankruptcy protection as well as individuals but many individuals get into problems because their business is failing and they’re liable for many of the business debts. Some businesses are just sole proprietorships, others are partnerships and still others are corporations. It’s wise to review your financial options with an attorney […]

IRS May Be Monitoring Debtor’s Social Media Accounts

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Debt collectors have been using a simple information mining tool for years: Facebook. Photos and other posts on Facebook and other social media sites including Twitter and Instagram can reveal a great deal of information about your financial condition. But how? For instance, the simplest way of obtaining information is through photos. Photos can show […]

Who Owns My Mortgage? The Complicated Truth

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Many homeowners are surprised to learn that their monthly mortgage checks are not sent to the owner of the mortgage note. The company that receives your payments is likely the servicer of the loan, and not the legal note holder. This distinction is important when you need to modify or change the terms of your […]