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Fourth Circuit Bona Fide Error--new case

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Not bona-fide error case.

Basically, what this is saying is that if a CA makes a statement, as part of a legal pleading, that would constitute a violation of FDCPA, the fact that the statement is part of a legal pleading does not make the CA immune from FDCPA violation for making the statement.

It's a good thing.

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