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Has Anyone Taken Financira to Court for Fraud?

“Dear Steve, Has anyone ever took Financira to court for fraud?” I did not look on a state level but federally there is one case from 2008. It was filed against Manuel Teixeira, Michelle Tallman, and Financira (3:08-cv-00836, Tony Kindred v Manuel Teixeira, Michelle Tallman, and Financira, LLC). Plaintiff seeks relief pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), ... Read More »

    Debt Settlement Attorney Andy Nelms Never Gave 30 of Us Our Last Paychecks. – Barbara

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    “Dear Steve, About 30 of us worked for another company owned by Andy Nelms. Corbit Enterprises (DBA) Steak-Out. I was the hardest hit. I was working for Corporate Steak-Out at the time & “traded” off to a multi million dollar ride (supposed to be). I was supposed to lead the Marketing for newly opened stores. Naturally all 30 employees were ... Read More »

      I’m Being Sued by Chase. What Should I Do? – David

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      “Dear Steve, I am being sued for an outstanding credit card bill from Chase. The summon indicated that i have 30 days to respond. I want to make arrangement to pay this dept and avoid going to court. Should i contact the plaintiff directly to try and arrange payment and ask them to drop the complaint? And do i also ... Read More »

        When I Was Served a Summons for Credit Card Debt the Guy Hit on Me. – Charlotte

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        “Dear Steve, Thank you first for the informative website,you dont know how many times i tried to find someone or something that would tell me or help me figure out what to do. Ok my story,,..Like everyone else,i lost work and was in a major accident about 4 years ago, I tried to reason with the card companies to reduce ... Read More »

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