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Since the deregulation of the collection agency industry, collection agency records kept by the state have been placed in archive storage. The California [http://www.dca.ca.gov '''Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA)]''' continues to receive requests for data from these files. Some of the file data is public information; however, other information deemed confidential may only be accessed by subpoena. Questions about historical records may be addressed by contacting the following division in the DCA.
 
Since the deregulation of the collection agency industry, collection agency records kept by the state have been placed in archive storage. The California [http://www.dca.ca.gov '''Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA)]''' continues to receive requests for data from these files. Some of the file data is public information; however, other information deemed confidential may only be accessed by subpoena. Questions about historical records may be addressed by contacting the following division in the DCA.
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'''Department of Consumer Affairs'''
 
'''Department of Consumer Affairs'''
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'''Central Records'''  
 
'''Central Records'''  
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1625 North Market Blvd. Suite N-117
 
1625 North Market Blvd. Suite N-117
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Sacramento, CA 95834
 
Sacramento, CA 95834
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(916) 574-7250
 
(916) 574-7250

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COLLECTION AGENCY RECORDS AND THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS go back


Since the deregulation of the collection agency industry, collection agency records kept by the state have been placed in archive storage. The California Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) continues to receive requests for data from these files. Some of the file data is public information; however, other information deemed confidential may only be accessed by subpoena. Questions about historical records may be addressed by contacting the following division in the DCA.


Department of Consumer Affairs

Central Records

1625 North Market Blvd. Suite N-117

Sacramento, CA 95834

(916) 574-7250