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EFA Processing, New Leaf Debt, Neil Ruther and Consumer Law Associates Sued in Kansas

Thanks to great readers and tipster (send in your tips here)s I just found out about Hays v. Consumer Law Associates, Neil Ruther, New Leaf Debt and EFA Processing. The suit goes after the defendants for violations of the Kansas Credit Services Organization Act, Kansas Consumer Protection Act, and conspiracy. The suit alleges the following facts. On September 23, 2009, ... Read More »

    Lloyd Ward, Lloyd Ward & Associates, Debt RX USA, and Silverleaf Debt Solutions Hit With Employee Suit

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    On June 13, 2011 Sabrina Bermudez filed suit against Lloyd Ward, Lloyd Ward & Associates, Debt RX USA, and Silverleaf Debt Solutions. The class action suit alleges the defendants did not pay proper wages for time worked. The suit alleges the following facts. Defendants specialize in selling and/or providing a variety of debt solution products and services, including debt settlement ... Read More »

      Global Client Solutions, Clear Your Debt, Orion Processing, Derin Scott, Shannon Scott and Pradeep Nair Hit With Lawsuit

      On June 17, 2011 the following case was filed, Jalenna Bowie v. Clear Your Debt, Global Client Solutions, Orion Processing, Derin Scott, Shannon Scott, and Pradeep Nair. The case goes after the debt relief providers for violating the Credit Repair Organizations Act, violations of the Ohio debt adjusting statutes, violation of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act, violation of the ... Read More »

        Allegro Law Still Suing AmeriCorp, Seton and Tim McCallan

        A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in information with an update to the lawsuit resulting from the Allegro Law bankruptcy filing. For those who might not know, Allegro Law was an attorney model debt settlement company where the lawyers was disbarred and the firm filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. This suit was filed by the Chapter 7 ... Read More »

          Sean Zausner, David Zausner, David Feingold Agree to Pay Millions to Settle With FTC

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          David Feingold of Elimadebt was named as part of a $19 million settlement with the FTC over some of his other business activities. Today the FTC announced that under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, a federal court banned three men and their company from the mortgage modification business and ordered them to pay nearly $19 million for consumer ... Read More »

            Enhanced Servicing Solutions and Thomas Roland Sued by Colorado Attorney General

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            Enhanced Servicing Solutions and Thomas Roland have been sued by the Colorado Attorney General for offering services to Colorado residents through unregistered debt management services. This appears to be a follow-up action by AG Suthers after he took action recently and sued the Johnson Law Group, which Roland has a controlling role in for offering debt settlement and debt management ... Read More »

              Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Slapped with Class Action Case in North Carolina. Local Attorney Said to Be Just a Front.

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              This case is so fresh I’m not sure if Legal Helpers Debt Resolution even knows about it yet. On June 9, 2011 Stewart v. Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, Macey, Aleman, Hyslip & Searns, CDS Client Services, Jeffrey Hyslip, and Linda Carol was filed. The suit alleges the Legal Helpers Debt Resolution (“LHDR”) holds itself out as a law firm that ... Read More »

                Morgan Drexen Sued in Virginia. Called Parasitic. Allegedly Violated Credit Counseling Act.

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                A state court case against Morgan Drexen has just been moved to federal court. This case is Jenny Sykes v Morgan Drexen. The suit alleges Morgan Drexen is in violation of the Virginia Credit Counseling Act by not being licensed in Virignia to offer services in compliance with the act. The suit names Walter Ledda as CEO and says he ... Read More »

                  Law Firm Makes it Part of Their Practice to Go After Debt Relief Companies

                  Legal Assistance Center

                  A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me the link for the Legal Assistance Center in Florida that now has a defined part of their practice to go after what they call, “credit scams.” The page describing this part of their practice says: Many debt relief and loan modification companies simply charge large upfront fees with promises that are ... Read More »

                    Elimadebt Player Comes Back Around in FTC Settlement With First Universal Lending

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                    David Feingold, a lawyer out of Florida, who I first reported about in relation to Elimadebt, has surfaced again as part of a reported FTC $18.8 million settlement regarding his actions in the loan modification business. The Balm Beach Post is reporting that David J. Feingold, Sean Zauser, and David Zauser have agreed to pay back $18.8 million which will ... Read More »

                      Johnson Law Group Florida Gets Permission to Make Client Payments Under Supervision

                      The Florida Bar had recently gone after attorney Clint Johnson of the Johnson Law Group for irregularities in his law firm trust account. In fact Attorney Johnson had his law license suspended. You can catch up by reading this article. When I wrote that last article the court still had a freeze on all of Johnson’s trust accounts, including those ... Read More »

                        Global Client Solutions Named in Yet Another Case. This Time With Alliance8, Freedom Financial Management, Richard Lenard.

                        The cases keep on coming against Global Client Solutions. Here is one I just spotted that had been previously filed in state court but was just moved to federal court on May 6, 2011. Mary Lord v. Alliance 8, Freedom Financial Management, Global Client Solutions, Rocky Mountain Bank & Trust, and Richard Lenard. It appears the move was brought about ... Read More »

                          CCCS of Greater Atlanta Sues CreditAbility

                          CreditAbility

                          On May 25, 2011, Consumer Credit COunseling Service of Greater Atlanta filed suit against a debt relief company in Iowa named CreditAbility. It seems CCCS of Greater Atlanta, who goes by the name CredAbility took exception to the similarly named debt relief provider, CreditAbility. In July 2005 CCCS of Greater Atlanta filed a trademark application for the mark CredAbility. They ... Read More »

                            Century Negotiations, David Leuthold, Freedom Debt Relief, Fast Track Debt Relief and Debt Shield all Named in Class Action

                            On May 24, 2011 a State of Washington class action case was moved to federal court by Fast Track Debt Relief. The case, Rule v. Century Negotiations, David Leuthold, Freedom Debt Relief, Fast Track Debt Relief and Debt Shield was filed by Paul Lawrence of Pacifica Law Group in Seattle, Washington and Richard Epstein, Esq. of Greenspoon Marder. It looks ... Read More »

                              Company Claiming to Reduce Credit Card Interest Rates – Shuttered by FTC

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                              The FTC has settled two actions that charged marketers with deceptively claiming they could reduce consumers’ credit card interest rates. Both operations allegedly made deceptive telemarketing calls, called consumers on the Do Not Call Registry, and used illegal robocalls. The settlements will ban all of the defendants from selling debt relief services. Advanced Management Services The FTC charged that Advanced ... Read More »

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