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Does anyone have a FTC opinion letter or court cases that states if you do not get a collection letter but notice a collection on your credit report you still have the right to validate the debt and the CA can not verify with the CRAs' unless they validate with you?

I have read the FDCPA, many FTC opinion letters and much more. Everything I see about validation it states that 30 day period after recieving a dunning letter. I have not found anything that states you can validate at anytime and the CA can not proceed with collection activity if it is an untimley validation.

Thanks for your help!

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