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FDCPA EDELMAN JULY 2012 UPDATE

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On page 56:

XX.

VIOLATIONS -- USE OF CREDITORS’ NAME

The use by a collection agency of the name of the creditor in communicating with

the debtor may violate the FDCPA. First Nationwide Collection Agency, Inc. v. Werner, 288 Ga.

App. 457, 654 S.E.2d 428 (2007).

I hope this is referring to use of the name in the form of misrepresenting itself as that creditor, as opposed to merely stating who the original creditor is.

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Very good reference, lots of case law cited!

I've always liked his write ups and he keeps them pretty current. Too bad we don't have a FDCPA specific sub forum to post and discuss all this in :p

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