Debt verification notice and response:

Possibly the most misunderstood part of the FDCPA.

There is so much confusion around debt verification and what the law actually requires. We’ve broken this chart into two parts: First, what is the debt collector required to tell you up front; and second, what must the debt collector do in response when you send a debt dispute or verification letter?

Click below to download a free, easy to follow chart that tells you whether the debt collector is violations the notice, dispute, and verification requirements of Section 1692g of the FDCPA.

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Download the Chart here.

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