Why Debt Collectors Should Not 'Friend' Debtors on Facebook

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Debtors are cunning and so are we :o) We've been using social media profiles for debt collection purposes since the beginning. Payday loan, car title and other Alternative Financial Service (AFS) client lenders are doing the same. Jer - Trihouse
Posted by Jer - Trihouse Consulting | Monday, February 04 2013 at 10:30PM ET
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