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Blog Posts in July, 2020

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  • Markoff Law
    Markoff Law

    Please contact us if Chicago area collection law firm Markoff Law is suing you or trying to collect money from you. They represent a number of frequent filers of lawsuits against consumers, including ...

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  • Blitt & Gaines
    Blitt & Gaines

    Please contact us if Chicago area collection law firm Blitt & Gaines is suing you or trying to collect money from you. We regularly defend cases that they bring and can protect your interests. If you ...

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  • Calls from
    Calls from "Process Server"

    Question: How can I find out if the call I got is legitimate about being served with a case number listed? Someone called me and told me they will be serving me and I need to call them to get the ...

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  • New Methods of Tracking and Repossessing Cars
    New Methods of Tracking and Repossessing Cars

    If you have a car with a starter interrupt/ ignition shutoff and the seller/ finance company activated it at any time within the last two years, or if you were unable to use the car as a result, ...

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  • If a Spouse Incurs Credit Card Debt in His Name Only, Is His Wife Ever Responsible for That Debt?
    If a Spouse Incurs Credit Card Debt in His Name Only, Is His Wife Ever Responsible for That Debt?

    Question: If a spouse incurs credit card debt in his name only, is his wife ever responsible for that debt? Answer: Probably not, but it may take a lawsuit to determine the question. Under the federal ...

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  • Credit Report Disputes
    Credit Report Disputes

    All consumers are entitled to one free credit report disclosure every 12 months upon request from each nationwide credit reporting bureau. You can order your free annual credit report online at: ...

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