Consumer Advice for Dealing with Debt Collectors

The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) has created Consumer Advice for Dealing with Debt Collectors. Their webpage covers the following information: 

This webpage also includes example Cease and Desist or Stop Contact Letters, Exempt Income Letters, Dispute Letter, and Verification Letter to debt collectors. 

Visit the links above or go to for more information.


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