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Good afternoon. No, you should not be concerned. This is just a law firm acting in the role of a collection agency. This email violates both their canons of ethics
and Federal law. So, not only should you not be concerned, you should raise the stakes on them in getting this to stop. Send them a certified, return receipt requested letter explaining their actions violate Federal law and demand they immediately cease and desist all further efforts to contact you and/or anyone else to collect this debt. Inform them that any efforts to do otherwise will constitute a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices
Act and that you will report each and every violation to the Federal Trade Commission. Each violation carries at least a $1,000 fine. Inform them also you will be filing a formal ethics complaint with their state bar
association due to their actions. This should put an end to any pursuit of you.
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