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If you can suspend your political rant and share a business name, that would help the readers much more. Most of the nation does not enjoy the strong Texas collection laws, and many states have a far longer SoL on the various debt categories.

Learn how to exercise your FDCPA rights as an alleged debtor at FTC-dot-gov.
http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm

If you're looking for a system to blame for runaway collection abuses, you might look at the name-brand bailout banks which quietly bankroll the very debt buyers and collectors which have made lawbreaking a vital part of their business models.
Resident47
 Mar 14th, 2012
This slime eel bottom feeder calls relatives thinking he can pry a few dollars using debts that are outside the statutes of limitations for Texas four years. These bastards buy debts for pennies. If you ever give these mother LOVERS a dime they can legally restart the statutes yes they have a lobby in washington to bribe your representation. Remember taxation Without Representation is Tyranny? Well yout Supreme Court and your Congress sold you down the river, a corporation pays off the most and gets the most laws passed in its favor. They can get a wortless debt that they have taken tax rdeductions and insurance claims on to County Court sue you and get a judgment against you and use it as an assey backed security like the mortgage fraud?
scumbuster
 Mar 14th, 2012

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