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Questions and Answers About the FDCPA

Q.  What is the FDCPA? A.  The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) is a federal statute that regulates debt collectors and prevents them from engaging in abusive, unfair, or deceptive practices in their efforts to collect a debt. Q. … Continue reading

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What Happens if I Received a Statement of Claim?

A Statement of Claim is a form that is used when someone believes you owe them money.  This is the form that begins a case in Small Claims court.  It is a simple form that is filled out by the … Continue reading

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Wage Garnishments In Florida

I often consult with clients who call frantic about their paychecks being garnished. Many times they believe that their entire paycheck will be taken until their debt is paid off.  This hopefully will clarify some aspects of wage garnishments in Florida. What is Wage Garnishment in Florida and When Does It Apply? … Continue reading

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Capitol One Credit Card Delinquencies Drop

Capital One’s credit card delinquencies decreased in December to 3.61% down from 3.71% for 30-day delinquencies.  The charge-off accounts, which means the bank no longer anticipates being able to collect the account also decreased.  The charge off amount for December decreased … Continue reading

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