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MP-50416E is the Newest Mass Joinder Mailer to Watch Out For

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A reader sent in a new version of the mass joinder mailer that is now going out. This is just another misleading marketing piece that looks just like the H-118, 52PLL-T, and 1012-R mailers I’ve written about before. This mailer makes the same unsubstantiated claims of debt forgiveness, interest rate reductions, balance reductions, and an award for monetary damages. Be ... Read More »

Form H-118 is the New Mass Joinder Marketing Form. Watch Out.

H-118 Mailer

A reader sent in the latest version of the mass joinder mailer. I guess the folks mailing it got sick of people being able to easily find information on the old 1012-R mailer that was being sent. The H-118 mailer is the same format but just with a new name. As you can see below the form states a voided ... Read More »

Why Doesn’t the 1012-R Mass Joinder Mailer Say Who the Attorney Is?

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Consumers are still sending in current mailers they are getting asking them to join in a mass joinder litigation lawsuit. Take a look at the mailer I just received from one tipster (send in your tips here). Not only does the front not revel who the law firm or attorney is that is behind the litigation mailers but the inside ... Read More »

BBB Warns Consumers to Be Careful of Mass Joinder Mailers

The St. Louis Better Business Bureau has issued a notice to consumers to be careful of the wave of mass joinder material that is being sent out to consumers. Some of the notices the alert covers already have appeared on this site as examples of mailers to be concerned about. You can see a copy of this mailer as mailer ... Read More »

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