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  • 15 FAQ’s about Statute of Limitations, Debt Collection, and Credit Reporting
    15 FAQ’s about Statute of Limitations, Debt Collection, and Credit Reporting

    1) What is the statute of limitations? It’s the time period in which a plaintiff has the legal right to sue. It starts from the date of your missed minimum payment. If a collector sues within that ...

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  • 50 Reasons to Sue your Debt Collector under Federal Law
    50 Reasons to Sue your Debt Collector under Federal Law

    The below is a list of 50 clear violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. [1] Most of these are in the collection-litigation landscape. This list was first inspired by only one ...

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  • Lack of Substitution of Counsel & Retention of Money in Violation of Court Order Found not Violative of FDCPA, Holds New York Federal Court
    Lack of Substitution of Counsel & Retention of Money in Violation of Court Order Found not Violative of FDCPA, Holds New York Federal Court

    New York State defense litigation collides again with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA"), this time producing a fairly harsh result to the consumer. This office represents consumers ...

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  • Palisades Collection, LLC failed to prove that it owned credit card debt
    Palisades Collection, LLC failed to prove that it owned credit card debt

    A debt buyer plaintiff may face substantial problems in submitting its evidence in admissible form, as debt buyer Palisades Collection, LLC found in the case Palisades v. Kedik . [1] In Kedik , ...

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  • Palisades Acquisition XVI, LLC and Cohen & Slamowitz, LLP fail to appear in court to face our challenge to their money judgment and bank restraint
    Palisades Acquisition XVI, LLC and Cohen & Slamowitz, LLP fail to appear in court to face our challenge to their money judgment and bank restraint

    The lesson here is that if a creditor has frozen your bank account, call us right away to 1) claim your exemptions; and 2) attack the judgment upon with the bank attachment is premised. Our client was ...

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  • The Langel Firm wins Summary Judgment against Pressler and Pressler, LLP for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act for knowingly attempting to collect from the wrong man
    The Langel Firm wins Summary Judgment against Pressler and Pressler, LLP for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act for knowingly attempting to collect from the wrong man

    Pressler & Pressler, LLP ("Pressler") targeted our client to pay the debt of another man with a nearly identical name. The actual debtor lived in a different county. He was sued and defaulted in a ...

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