Coerced Debt

Coerced debt occurs when an abuser uses coercive control or identity theft to incur debt in the name of an individual. It most often affects survivors of domestic violence or human trafficking, as well as older adults, foster children, and people with disabilities. NCLC advocates for protections for people who experience financial abuse through coercion or fraud.

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