U.S. debt collector hit with record penalty for abusive calls

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A debt collection agency that federal regulators accused of harassing and abusing people who owe money has agreed to pay a $3.2 million civil penalty and stop practices such as calling debtors multiple times a day, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said on Tuesday.

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