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Asked on: 4/08/13, 3:30 am

I am in collections with an agency. I received a information subpoena from them. But also in the letter they sent me was a letter from another one of their clients. It has has their information on it. Their name, address, who they owe to, and how much they owe. Is this a FDCPA violation because I have this information and it is not me. What can I do. Can I use this as leverage with them. Can I contact the FTC and attorney general and report them.

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Answered on: 4/09/13, 11:42 am by Guy Lewit

I would say that YOU would not have any recourse by receiving some random information relating to another person.


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Guy Mitchell Lewit, Esq. P.O. Box 586 Ellenville, NY 12428

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