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Blog Posts in July, 2022

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  • Ford Motor Credit
    Ford Motor Credit

    Please contact us if auto finance company Ford Motor Credit is trying to collect money from you. We can help you both defend claims against you and assert your rights under the Fair Debt Collection ...

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  • Illinois Statutes of Limitations
    Illinois Statutes of Limitations

    Question I forgot about a debt from 10 years ago. Now they are threatening to sue me. Can they get a judgment after 10 years? Answer If you have old debts, a collector may not be able to get a ...

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  • Calls from "Process Server"
    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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  • Nationwide Recovery Systems
    Nationwide Recovery Systems

    Please contact us if Nationwide Recovery Systems has sent you a collection letter or attempted to collect a debt from you within the last year. We can help you both defend the claims against you and ...

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  • CFPB Moves to Reduce Junk Fees Charged by Debt Collectors  --   Advisory opinion explains that most “pay-to-pay” fees charged by debt collectors violate federal law
    CFPB Moves to Reduce Junk Fees Charged by Debt Collectors -- Advisory opinion explains that most “pay-to-pay” fees charged by debt collectors violate federal law

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 29, 2022 CONTACT: Office of Media Relations press@cfpb.gov CFPB Moves to Reduce Junk Fees Charged by Debt Collectors Advisory opinion explains that most “pay-to-pay” fees ...

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