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How to Know When It’s Time to Take a Client to Small Claims

[Editor: I felt this guest post was very informative for readers and consumers to understand how a small business might decide to pursue people over debt.] Small claims courts are part of our legal system. They help resolve minor disputes without engaging in lengthy (and often expensive) lawsuits. For example, when it is clear that … 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 … Read more

A Company That Got a Judgment Against Me Went Out of Business. – Tracey

Tracey “Dear Steve, Went to court to fight a small claims suit and lost, now it’s on my credit report. The company that sued me went out of business 3 months after the court case. We are trying to buy a house, and I would like to resolve this, but can’t contact the creditor. I … Read more