This addendum contains links to state-specific resources that provide an
overview of debt collection, citations of state debt collection laws, and web
addresses to ...
Collection agencies and bill collectors in all 50 states are governed by the federal
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The FDPA prohibits debt collectors from ...
Directs user to websites describing debt collection laws for each state. Federal
Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA)
Relation to State laws §817. Exemption for State regulation §818. Exception for
certain bad check enforcement programs operated by private entities §819.
Federal and many states' laws require that financially distressed consumers not
... NCLC/Consumers Union model state law for debt settlement, January 2011 ...
Answer: There is a federal and some state laws that limit what debt collectors can
say and do. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The Fair Debt ...
This section offers a collection of state law summaries dealing with permissible
interest rates. Find your state's interest rate laws to determine the maximum rates,
CreditCards.com compiled this state-by-state listing of credit card debt collection
statutes of limitations by individually researching each state's laws and court ...
Find the statutes of limitations for every state on old and delinquent debt using
the chart ... the statute of limitation in your state is in violation of the Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act. .... State law doesn't specify the limitations on open
Under Arkansas law, collection agencies are individuals or businesses that
collect debts on behalf of a third party. For example, if a hospital gives its