Ultimate Guide to the Debt Collection Statute of Limitations in Utah

Ultimate Guide to Utah Debt Collection Statute of Limitations

How long does a creditor have to collect a debt in Utah? In Utah, the statute of limitations for a written agreement is generally six years. The statute of limitations for a verbal contract is four years. Installment accounts such as store charge accounts for goods, or open accounts for work, labor, services, or materials … Read more

Stop Debt Collectors from Seizing your Coronavirus Stimulus Payment

Coronavirus Stimulous Payment Seizure

Debt collectors are eager to take your Coronavirus stimulus payment. In many cases they will seek to garnish the stimulus money right from your bank account. Congress has not entered any legislation to protect these payments from seizures by debt collectors but there are still a few ways to protect your Covid-19 stimulus payment. Get … Read more

Money Damages for Unfair Debt Collections

When a debt collector violates your rights by engaging in unfair debt collection practices you can sue it to stop the harassment or abuse and, in many cases, recover monetary damages from the abusive collector.  Although debt relief is not an available remedy under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), four kinds of monetary … Read more

How to Sue Debt Collectors: Tricks and Traps

So you want to a sue debt collector? Suing debt collectors is not as easy as it sounds. There are numerous pitfalls and barriers that can trap unwary consumers. The first issue to be concerned about when suing a debt collector or collection agency is whether or not you have a good case. Debt collectors … Read more



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