Following Walls v. Wells Fargo Bank (9th Cir. 2002) 276 F.3d 502 and distinguishing Manikan v. Peters & Freedman, LLP (9th Cir. 2020) 981 F.3d 712, this decision holds that a debtor may not bring an FDCPA claim based on the assertion that the debt that is being collected was discharged in bankruptcy.  The sole remedy for collection efforts barred by the bankruptcy discharge injunction is a proceeding in bankruptcy to hold the collector in contempt under 11 USC 105.