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Chase Bank in Deep Shit Over Bad Debt Collection Practices


Over half a million consumers just caught a break with help from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. It appears the CFPB has taken tough action against a major bank for basically screwing over consumers who were being forced to pay debt they rightfully should not have had to. The CFPB Says… Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Attorneys General ... Read More »

    Robo-Signing Fraud Hits Credit Card Companies. Makes Lawsuits Problematic.


    Photo Credit: Sebastianlund In the last year there has been quite a lot of news about the mortgage industry using a technique called robo-signing. This is where a person is supposed to review documents to proceed against a homeowner and foreclose on their home but in fact never examines the information to see if it is accurate. Rather than check ... Read More »

      A Paper Worth Reading: Robo-Signing and Lack of Proof in Debt Buyer Cases

      Here is a great research paper worth reading. It certainly helps to focus the robo-signing issues we’ve all heard about with mortgages to a problem that debt relief providers will need to deal with. For a while we’ve talked about the issue of a debt relief provider that either sets up a payment plan or assists a consumer to settle ... Read More »

        The Power of Debt Validation in Stopping the Robo-Signing Debt Collector

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        The following guest post was contributed by Michael Bovee of Consumer Recovery Network. If you would like to contribute a guest post, click here. In the wake of robo-signing scandals involving home foreclosures across the country come the reports of similar behavior by debt buyers who file court actions in order to collect on delinquent unsecured debts such as unpaid ... Read More »

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