Nearly three months after filing a lawsuit against a debt collection
company, Denton County, Texas, resident Nicole Tommarazzo is at it again, the Southeast Texas Record reports.
Tommarazzo sued a collection agency on March 11, claiming the company called her mother to obtain personal information about her. She stated the firm disclosed information about debt owed in a voicemail, made false impressions and used deceptive means in order to collect. She sought a statutory reward of $1,000 for each violation and damages for economic, emotional and mental anguish. It appears Tommarazzo is still having trouble paying her debt, as her most recent lawsuit against a different agency alleges that the company called her at inconvenient times during the early morning hours. She's suing for unfair practices and her lawyers asked the court to prevent the firm from continuing its "violative behaviors," notes the news source in a separate article. In both cases, Tommarazzo claims that the agencies violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, which prevents debt collectors from using abusive, deceptive or unfair practices to obtain delinquent funds.