Bankruptcy Court Not In Love With Attorney Loophole Debt Settlement. It’s a Duck.

Credit card modification seems to just be another quacking duck for debt settlement.

A recent memorandum opinion from Kansas in the United States Bankruptcy Court against Persels and Associates and attorney Stan Goodwin didn’t probably wind up how Persels would have wanted it to. The summary of the opinion is intriguing and clear. The United States Chief Bankruptcy Judge, Robert Nugent, says: If it walks like a duck … Read more

Another Adoption Scam?!? Come On…

Roxanne Janel Jones, of Kansas City, had pleaded guilty to running an adoption scam where she pretended to be pregnant with twins and willing to let them be adopted in return for money and gifts. Jones pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud along with one count of aggravated … Read more

Debt Settlement Companies Being Investigated by State of Kansas

Kansas is cracking down on the sales and service of debt settlement services. While tight lipped about who they are specifically investigating, Kevin Glendening, the Deputy Banking Director, has confirmed his office is investigating debt settlement companies. Glendening says, “Companies that I think consumers should avoid are a lot of the ones that you see … Read more

Kansas Statute of Limitations Question. – KansasDebt78

“Dear Steve, I am currently working on fixing my credit….now I am finding some hiccups My question is fairly simple. I have been back and forth with a well known junk debt buyer. My defense is easy…..SOL has expired. The key problem I am having here is proving that this credit card is indeed considered … Read more