The government received significantly more complaints about aggressive debt collectors in 2010 than the year before.
A debt collector in Texas posed as a government agency to pressure debtors to pay up.
Tuition rates and fees continued their increase this school year, but have been offset by a spike in federal aid.
Rising debt affects more and more consumers, but that isn’t stopping some states from putting these debtors behind bars.
Not every debt-relief agency has consumers' best interests in mind. Here are ways to avoid the traps.
Debt collection lawsuits are becoming more prevelant and the FTC is looking to change the current system for resolving these disputes.
Verizon bill collectors may need a lesson in civil communications.
MainStreet has tips to help you get rid of debt so you can enjoy those happy golden years.
In this week's Q&A, Brian O'Connell tells one reader how to fight back against illegal debt collection practices.
People hate collections agents, but trying to pry money out of late-paying consumers is no picnic either.
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