Debt collectors do not violate federal law by sending dunning notices after the time to sue the borrower has expired unless the notice is otherwise misleading or deceptive, a U.S. appeals court held Wednesday.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of a potential class action filed against Midland Funding and its account-servicing subsidiary, Midland Credit Management, which had tried to collect a 2008 credit-card balance from an Idaho man in 2017. The statute of limitations had run more than two years earlier.
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