"Federal law gives you thirty days after you receive this letter to dispute the validity of the debt or any part of it." HERE'S THE KICKER!!! the letter also states: "The law does not require our client to wait until the end of the 30 day period before suing you to collect this debt. If however, you requested proof of the debt or the name and address of the orig creditor within the 30 day period that begins with your receipt of this letter, the law requires our firm to suspend our efforts (through litigation or otherwise" to collect the debt until we mail the requested information to you." Now, to me these statements are contradictory . If I have 30 days to dispute the validity of the debt, but they don't have to give me the 30 days before suing me.... Can they do this? If so, what law are they quoting from? **all this..over what they claim to be $36.58** Any info would be greatly appreciated.