Consumer Credit Protection Laws, Rules, Civil Codes and State Regulations.
Failure to validate a debt is a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and you could be entitled to compensation. If your creditors are not validating your debts, submit your information to a FREE* Fair Debt Lawyer by:
- Clicking here for a FREE* Fair Debt Case Review;
- Calling toll free 888-FDCPA-LAW (888-332-7252);
- Clicking here to locate a FREE* Fair Debt Lawyer.
The debt collector may just be liable to you for statutory damages of up to $1,000, plus any actual damages suffered, plus attorney fees!
Consumer protection laws for State and Local Governments: Many states have enacted laws that supplement the Federal Credit Protection laws including debt collection practices, credit reporting, and the statue of limitations on debts.
Use these links to research your State’s specific laws!
|State Search:||National Assn. of State Information Resources Executives) A topical index of state government Web pages.|
|Council of State Governments||(Lexington, Kentucky|
|National Conference of State Legislatures||NCSLNet|
|GovSpot||Government and Civic Resources|
|State Statutes||Links to web, gopher, telnet, and ftp sites that contain the full text of state statutes, state constitutions and other legislative resources.|
|Washington Area State Relations Group||Interactive web site featuring state government relations information and current state legislative trends|
|Public Technology, Inc.||A cooperative effort of the National League of Cities, National Association of Counties, and The International City/County Management Assn. to bring technology to local governments.|
|National Association of Counties||Links to County-Specific Information|
|National City Government Resource Link|
|Local Government Institute||Includes the Local Government Job Net|
|USPS City State Zip Codes|