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  • Fraudulent removal of funds from bank accounts
    Fraudulent removal of funds from bank accounts

    Please contact us if a bank refuses to credit your account for third party fraudulent activity. We have recently observed that a number of major, supposedly reputable banks refuse to honor legitimate ...

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  • Free consultation  --  collection and credit reporting problems
    Free consultation -- collection and credit reporting problems

    We offer free consultation to persons with debt collection and credit reporting problems. With respect to collection problems, please send whatever letters, court papers, or other documents relate to ...

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  • Consumer's Guide to Credit Reporting
    Consumer's Guide to Credit Reporting

    If you've ever applied for a charge account, a personal loan, insurance, or a job, someone is probably keeping a file on you. This file might contain information on how you pay your bills, or whether ...

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  • Judgment on Debt Incurred by Identity Thief
    Judgment on Debt Incurred by Identity Thief

    Question: How can I remove a judgment when it is the result of identity theft? We have just found out that a company that we know nothing about was awarded a judgment against my wife. We know this is ...

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  • I Recently Found out That My Mother Had Been Using My Information for Credit Since I Was 14 Years Old
    I Recently Found out That My Mother Had Been Using My Information for Credit Since I Was 14 Years Old

    Question: I recently found out that my mother had been using my information for credit since I was 14 years old. When I turned 18 she said she would get a card in my name to help me establish credit, ...

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