Howard Law Seems to Lose Again to Court in Morgan Drexen Case

To catch up on those case that has now been going on since 2013, click here. Recently, four parties to the ongoing action that started with Morgan Drexen had asked the court to release money and approve expenses after the Court imposed a restraining order. The four entities are Vincent Howard, Howard Law P.C., the … Read more

Morgan Drexen Bankruptcy Surprise Deposition

It’s not often that a deposition is made available regarding Morgan Drexen, the now defunct debt settlement company. Since I’m sitting down to read the entire 121 page document I thought if I came across anything I found interesting for no particular reason, I’d just share it with you. All the material below comes from … Read more

Kesher Law Group is Offered Up by Reader

In response to a previous article about the demise of Morgan Drexen a reader said I should take a look at Kesher Law Group. Kesher Law Group According to the State of California, Kesher Law Group, P.C. was formed on April 3, 2015 and is located at 675 Anton Boulevard, 2nd Floor, Costa Mesa, CA … Read more

Walter Ledda – The Most Innocent Man in the World

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Morgan Drexen / Walter Ledda have been duking it out for years. That is until the won a default judgment in their suite against Morgan Drexen. You can see all the latest permutations on this legal battle by clicking here. Recent court documents filed are very interesting to … Read more

CFPB Raging Pissed Off at Morgan Drexen

A reader send in some documents they said I would be interested in seeing. It relates to the 2013 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) lawsuit against Morgan Drexen that is still ongoing. My first thought was a disbelief this case was not further ahead. Then I read the document publicly filed in the case by … Read more

Does Moran Drexen’s Preferred Creditor Program Create a Problem for Consumers?

Last week new information in the lawsuit between Morgan Drexen and the CFPB brought to light a commission compensated department called the Preferred Creditor Program. You can read that article, here. At least one commenter mentioned Morgan Drexen is not the only company to have such a program. If not, then an industry wide problem … Read more

Utah Not Happy With Morgan Drexen Press Release About Licensing

On October 26, 2011 Morgan Drexen sent out a press release titled “Success for Morgan Drexen as Utah Confirms Compliance.” Following the release I made an inquiry with the State of Utah at the request of a reader who had a question about the information in the release. Let me sum up the State of … Read more