Florida court rules that debt collector can’t use Facebook to contact a debtor’s family

April 28, 2011 by Todd Murray · Leave a Comment 

Last December, I posted about a Florida woman who sued a debt collector for contacting her family on Facebook. It turns out that the judge agreed with her and ruled last month that the debt collector could no longer contact her–or her family and friends–on Facebook or any other social-networking site. Click below for all of the details.

Debt collectors must tread lightly on social media | Orlando Sentinel | April 17, 2011 (via Consumerist)

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About Todd Murray
I'm a consumer rights lawyer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I sue debt collectors that harass and abuse people, defend debt collection lawsuits, and sue repossession companies that wrongfully repossess cars and trucks.

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