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FDCPA and FCRA Request

The site has made arrangements with an attorney that specializes in representing consumers in issues involving debt collectors, debt collections, and other actions under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and issues with credit reporting bureaus and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The site receives no compensation for assisting you with this.

When you complete the form below it will be forwarded to our panel of attorneys who can assist with these issues.

At this time our panel of attorneys consists of the following attorneys who represent consumers in all states with these specific issues.

Chris Livingston, Esq
Mr. Livingston is a vigorous consumer advocate who has agreed to represent consumers with FDCPA and FCRA actions for a flat fee that covers the court cost of filing the action against the debt collector and/or credit reporting entity. He then charges a contingency fee of 1/3 of the award plus costs to be subtracted from the award.

In the interest of full disclosure, Mr. Livingston has one past North Carolin State Bar disciplinary action from an event that happened in 2006. The State Bar found, “The Committee finds that Livingston’s failure to finalize the admission process by being sworn in to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and his preparation of documents for his clients to file in the U.S. District Court in Utah were minor violations of the Rules of Professional Conduct.” – Source

Mr. Livingston is also the primary North Carolina attorney for the website.

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