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How to Prevent Debt Collection Harassment in Maryland



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    Resources provided by Peter A. Holland.

    1. Get a copy of all three credit reports from the only government sanctioned website:

    2. Review your credit reports carefully and dispute any inaccurate information in writing:

    3. Write a letter to the debt collector demanding proof of the debt and the amount:

    4. Submit a Complaint to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau:



    5. Submit a complaint to the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation:

    6. If the collector violated the law, hire a lawyer to sue them in court. They may be liable for damages, court costs and attorney’s fees under federal or Maryland law: and

    7. Private Attorneys:

    National Association of Consumer Advocates:

    Maryland Civil Justice Network:

    8. Other resources: