From your statement it appears as if there is indeed a violation of Federal Law. The problem is getting an attorney to take the case, when there is likely little money. Here in Wisconsin, there is a state statute that allows for recovery of plaintiff's attorney's fees in cases like this. You might want to check your state.Ask a similar question
Just to add to The first answerer's answer, attorneys fees are part of what can be recovered in a FDCPA case, so it should be possible to obtain an attorney, because they can win attorney's fees on top of winning you the damages for each incident. There are attorneys that specialize in these types of cases, and I recommend starting out by searching for a consumer law attorney.Ask a similar question
The prior attorneys have correctly stated the law, i.e., based on what you say, this does appear to be a violation of the FDCPA and the statute does allow for attorney's fees. Thus, you should have no problem finding a lawyer to take your case.
I am a consumer lawyer, but I don't have a license to practice in Kentucky. Check out the lawyer directory at www.naca.net (National Association of Consumer Advocates). If you can't locate one, contact me and I'll try to find someone for you.