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Thursday, June 08, 2017

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Tony Quart

Thanks. I hope this rule will make those debt collectors stop harassing people with fake debts and outstanding amounts of debts. I read at http://www.whycall.me/news/judge-rules-that-targets-harassing-debt-collection-calls-crossed-the-line/ about this collection calls problem, and I think this is one of the biggest complaint that has been reported by consumers. I personally get 2-3 calls each week from unknown debt collectors. I don't have any debts right now. I really hope that the government will find an effective way on how to make them stop.

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