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Blog Posts in August, 2020

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  • Credit Management, L.P.
    Credit Management, L.P.

    Please contact us if Credit Management, L.P. is trying to collect money from you, or has so attempted within the last year. We can help you both defend claims against you and assert your rights under ...

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  • Student loan issues
    Student loan issues

    STUDENT LOAN ISSUES I. Extent of student loan debt Outstanding student loan debt in the United States has tripled over the last decade and now exceeds $1.5 trillion. This exceeds the amount of both ...

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  • Zombie Debt
    Zombie Debt

    “Zombie” debt is debt that should be dead, but has come back from the grave to haunt you. Junk debt buyers find and buy portfolios of old debts from banks, credit card issuers, utilities, telecom ...

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  • Activate Financial
    Activate Financial

    Please contact us if Activate Financial is trying to collect money from you, or has so attempted within the last year. We can help you both defend claims against you and assert your rights under the ...

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  • Statute of Limitations; What State's Law Governs
    Statute of Limitations; What State's Law Governs

    Question: One creditor was harassing me for payment on an old debt. I filed a complaint with the Attorney General and in it stated that the statute of limitations had expired. The creditor's reply ...

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  • Illinois Statutes of Limitation – Recent Developments
    Illinois Statutes of Limitation – Recent Developments

    Illinois Statutes of Limitation – Recent Developments I. Various types of open end credit A. General purpose credit cards: The statute of limitations on general purpose credit cards is five years ...

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