Recent Posts in Unifund CCR, LLC Category

Unifund CCR, LLC Case Dismissed for Not Seeking Default Quickly Enough

We have been seeing an interesting trend lately: debt buyers, without legal justification, moving for entry of a default judgment after the legal deadline. That deadline is one year after a consumer ...
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$36,000 Unifund Garnishment Stopped in its Tracks; Case Discontinued

As always, time is of the essence when facing an income execution (garnishment). We needed to respond quickly to the final stages of a garnishment executed by Marshal Ronald Moses. In the underlying ...
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Unifund CCR Case Dismissed for Failure to Timely Serve Summons

Related to the issue in our last blog post, we caused the dismissal of a $14,000 case on the grounds that the plaintiff, Unifund, CCR, LLC, waited too long to properly serve our client. Almost a year ...
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Class Action against Unifund CCR Partners Moves Forward

In Young v. Unifund CCR Partners, the consumer plaintiffs defeated Unifund's motion to dismiss by convincing a court that Unifund's arguable inability to prove custody of a debt as required ...
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Unifund CCR, LLC Unable to Prove Ownership of Consumer Debt; Case Dismissed

In today's New York Law Journal appeared the decision in Unifund CCR, LLC v. Chan. [1] This case emphasized the major legal hurdle plaguing debt buyers: hearsay. Hearsay is broadly defined as ...
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