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1788.10.  No debt collector shall collect or attempt to collect a
consumer debt by means of the following conduct:
   (a) The use, or threat of use, of physical force or violence or
any criminal means to cause harm to the person, or the reputation, or
the property of any person;
   (b) The threat that the failure to pay a consumer debt will result
in an accusation that the debtor has committed a crime where such
accusation, if made, would be false;
   (c) The communication of, or threat to communicate to any person
the fact that a debtor has engaged in conduct, other than the failure
to pay a consumer debt, which the debt collector knows or has reason
to believe will defame the debtor;
   (d) The threat to the debtor to sell or assign to another person
the obligation of the debtor to pay a consumer debt, with an
accompanying false representation that the result of such sale or
assignment would be that the debtor would lose any defense to the
consumer debt;
   (e) The threat to any person that nonpayment of the consumer debt
may result in the arrest of the debtor or the seizure, garnishment,
attachment or sale of any property or the garnishment or attachment
of wages of the debtor, unless such action is in fact contemplated by
the debt collector and permitted by the law; or
   (f) The threat to take any action against the debtor which is
prohibited by this title.

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