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The Langel firm will defend consumers against New York state court collection lawsuits brought by Harvest Credit Management, LLC. In appropriate cases, we may investigate claims against Harvest Credit Management, LLC for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and other applicable laws.

Harvest Credit Management, LLC purchases defaulted consumer debt to collect and sue on them. Its affiliated names include Harvest Credit Management VI B, LLC and Harvest Credit Management VII, LLC.

In New York, Harvest Credit Management, LLC often represented by Kirschenbaum, Phillips & Roach, P.C. and Mullooly, Jeffrey, Rooney & Flynn, LLP.

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Harvest Credit Management Involved in Unsuccessful Foreclosure Proceedings

In CIT BANK, N.A. v. Harold FOX et al., CIT Bank sought to foreclose on a mortgage due to missed payments. However, the court denied the foreclosure due to procedural errors and an insufficient declaration of the bank's legal presence or "citizenship."

Key Points:

  1. CIT Bank filed a case to foreclose a property because the owners, Harold and Dorothy Fox, defaulted on their mortgage. LVNV Funding LLC and Harvest Credit Management VII LLC, which had secondary claims on the property, didn't respond to the lawsuit.
  2. Although the bank followed many necessary legal steps, it incorrectly defined its own "citizenship," a requirement for determining the court's jurisdiction. Instead of referring to its main office location (as required for national banks), CIT Bank listed its principal place of business.
  3. The court also identified procedural defects related to New York's specific rules for foreclosure, further complicating CIT Bank's case.

Case Citation: CIT BANK, N.A., v. Harold FOX et al., 3:18-cv-00154 (MAD/DEP), Signed 11/21/2018

Harvest Credit Management VII, L.L.C.'s Victory in Collection Lawsuit Upheld by Ohio Court

Harvest Credit Management VII, L.L.C.'s ("Harvest") collections lawsuit against Janice Harris was affirmed by the Court of Appeals of Ohio after Harris appealed the dismissal of her counterclaim and summary judgment favoring Harvest. The court found no procedural or substantive errors in the original court's actions, including its handling of Harris' claim that Harvest was not properly licensed to do business in Ohio.

Key Points:

  1. The court upheld the trial court's decision that Harvest, as a foreign limited liability company, was not required to register with the Ohio Secretary of State to maintain a debt collection suit in the state.
  2. The trial court did not abuse its discretion in allowing Harvest to file an answer and motion for summary judgment late, and in denying Harris's motion for default judgment.
  3. The court affirmed that Harvest's collections lawsuit was valid, and that Harris owed the alleged amount on the delinquent credit card account.

Case Citation: Harvest Credit Mgt. VII, L.L.C. v. Harris, 2012-Ohio-80.

Harvest Credit Management, LLC Biographical Information

According to Dunn & Bradstreet, 600 17TH St Ste 2800 Denver, CO, 80202-5428 United States. It's phone number is (303) 539-3162.

Previously listed addresses:

Harvest Credit Management, LLC is a foreign business corporation incorporated in Colorado and is principally located at 1776 Lincoln Street, Suite 900, Denver, Colorado, 80203. Harvest Credit Management VI B, LLC is licensed (#1264978) by the Department of Consumer Affairs to collect debts in the City of New York. Harvest Credit Management VII, LLC is licensed (#1264970) by the Department of Consumer Affairs to collect debts in the City of New York, as well.

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