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- Expert Witness on Illegal Debt Collection Practices
When someone owes money to a debtor, this account is often referred to a debt collector. Debt collectors must follow federal law and state law when attempting to collect this debt. If the debt collector does not follow applicable laws, it may be liable for violations.
- Found Out at the Airport that I Am Blacklisted. Now What?
Getting blacklisted at an airport is often confusing. There are certain specifics that are provided to United States citizens in how this occurs with airports in the country, but other lands may have requirements that may not be fully comprehended unless further study and research are performed.
- Private Investigators Find Scams on Valentine’s Day
Private investigators can help look into possible scams to help prevent a person from losing time, money and frustration. Many scams occur around holidays and prey on people’s vulnerabilities.
- Ten Steps to Take if You’ve Been the Victim of Identity Theft
Identity theft is running rampant in our country. If you are the victim of identity theft, there are some important steps to take to ensure that you can restore your credit and won't be charged for these fraudulent charges.
- Deciding between a Debt Collection Agency and a Collection Law Firm
Both debt collection agency and debt collection law firms perform similar roles by pursuing unpaid debts. Additionally, both are regulated by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. However, the manner in which the agency or firm collects debt can be different, along with other characteristics of the firm or agency.
- Breach of Contract Litigation: The Guaranty
Many consumers are influenced to purchase a product because a guaranty is offered on the product. This guaranty instills confidence in the consumer. However, when a manufacturer does not comply with the terms of the guaranty, legal issues may arise.
- La-Z-Boy “Leather” Furniture Defects
Thousands of consumers have recently been making complaints concerning the sub-par durability of La-Z-Boy leather furniture.
- Legal Implications for Someone Who Provides a Guaranty on a Closed Business
Many people purchase a product or agree to service because the purchase comes with a warranty. However, if a warranty is made when the business is in the process of closing down or it has already closed down, certain legal implications may arise.
- Recent Moneygram Settlement
MoneyGram will pay a sum of $13 million to settle allegations of consumer fraud. The settlement will establish a restitution fund for consumers who were defrauded by third parties in which they had transferred money.
- BMW Class Action Case
A class action lawsuit has been filed against BMW of North America, alleging that their hands-free remote locking feature is defective.