Tricked into signing a contract

by Sue

My daughter has a court order releasing me from paying a bill collector but was tricked into signing a new contract with them? What can she do?

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Apr 26, 2015
Tricked by a bill collector
by: DebtCollectionAnswers

This is a perfect example of when it makes sense to talk with a consumer law attorney who regularly represents consumers dealing with debt collectors. If the debt collector broke the law (misrepresenting the natures or status of the debt, for example) she may be entitled to damages and the attorney may be willing to represent her at no charge. (Debt collectors who are found to violate the FDCPA must pay attorney's fees.)

She can find out how to get a free consultation with a consumer law attorney here.

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