Lisa Madigan, Illinois' Attorney General, has filed a lawsuit against Arrow Financial Services.
Arrow is a junk debt buyer, and they're notorious for employing underhanded and agressive collection practices to collect debts that are not legally due.
A commenter here asked a few days ago how to get the collection letters to stop when you've already told them you don't owe the debt and they keep contacting you anyway. An answer I didn't give (but should have) is "complain to your State Attorney General."
For a state AG, here's no downside to going after bottom-feeders like Arrow Financial Services. If you've got a junk debt buyer on your case, visit your state gov't web site and find out how to file a complaint. Hopefully, Lisa Madigan will be the first of many Attorneys General to take on this festering slime pit of junk debt buyers.