From the Houston Chronicle:
Collection agencies are using abusive phone tactics more frequently and the consumer’s best defense may be to secretly record the abuse, a panel of Nevada lawmakers was told Friday.
A proposed bill would allow Nevada consumers to record phone conversations initiated by debt collection agencies without notifying the agency. The Nevada Supreme Court ruled in 1998 that recording telephone conversations without the consent of both parties is barred under state law.
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