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Most Debt Buyer Lawsuits Foiled By Inability To Prove Debt Owed

Debt Buyer Palintiffs Failed to Substantiate That a Debt is Owed

The Municipal Employees Legal Services of New York’s District Council 37 has seen an increasingly startling number of cases cross their desk over the past few years involving cases pertaining to debt buying lawsuits against consumers. Given that these sort of cases have doubled over the past 10 years, they took a special interest into the matter and conducted a ... Read More »

    Ignoring Debt Until Police Show Up. Is Jail in Your Future?


    When I first started working in the financial world of helping people with their debts I was told that doing nothing with the debts was an option, not a viable one, but an option nonetheless. A recent article from the StarTribune in Minneapolis, Minnesota showcased what happens to people in Hennepin County, Minnesota who take that very route, ignoring debt. ... Read More »

      Collection Lawyers Filing Thousands of Lawsuits for $20 or Lees

      Ready to Collapse

      Since forming its own collection agency in July, 2009, Florida law firm LaBovick & LaBovick has filed more than 1,200 lawsuits against insurers in the Fort Lauderdale-based court. Some of the lawsuits seek as little as $3.89 in damages. A $16.99 lawsuit isn’t uncommon. Many are in the $38 range. Few crack $50. “It’s outrageous,” said attorney Douglas Brehm, who ... Read More »

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