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Debt collectors can’t communicate with other people about your debt.
If a debt collector contacts your friends, relatives, coworkers, or other third parties about your debts, you may be entitled to:

  • Up to $1,000 in statutory damages
  • Emotional distress or
    out-of-pocket damages
  • Have the collector pay your attorney fees
More information
Can a debt collector call my family and friends about my debt? ›
Debt harassment: an intro to the FDCPA ›

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