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Fight Back Against Debt Collection Threats

When a debt collector calls, they typically have a single goal in mind: getting you to pay up. They may even resort to threats or scare tactics to get you to part with your money. Speaking of threats, if you do receive such a call, knowing your rights can help you turn the tables when—and […]

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The FCC Tweaks the TCPA

Earlier this month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made a significant change to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) law. The changes eliminate the requirement mandating that faxes sent with a recipient’s prior consent must include an opt-out notice. The change is believed to be in response to a Court of Appeals decision stating that […]

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Autodialer Definition Leads to Confusion

Courts are hustling to figure out the type of equipment major companies such as retailer Target can safely utilize in order to send robocalls after an appeals court decision to throw out the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) interpretation under a telemarketing law. Back in March, the appeals court ruled that the FCC’s former definition was […]

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