Another 2009 debt-buyer judgment emerges to garnish our client's wages. In this case, the debt buyer was RAB Performance Recoveries represented by
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But the case involved facts squarely within the scope of time (January 1, 2009 to June 30, 2014) for which Chase, the underlying creditor, was accused by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau of unlawful debt-selling activity. Essentially, Chase was found to have sold inaccurate, unsupportable debt paper and then filing affidavits attesting to their veracity.
Chase is prohibited from enforcing any such debt that went to litigation from that time period (January 1, 2009 to June 30, 2014). Contact us right away if you're having trouble with any old Chase debt.
Not only did this Rab-Performance case invovle one of those Chase debts, but we also found a number of other problems, including maintaining two lawsuits for the same debt and alleging inconsistent amounts.
We had to be aggressive and file a motion to compel Malen & Associates to vacate the judgment and discontinue the action. Next, we intend to take action for apparent violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Friends, while past results do not guarantee future results, consult us right away to see if we can help you!