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Blog Posts in July, 2016

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  • Avoiding Online Lending Scams
    Avoiding Online Lending Scams

    A large part of our practice is going after debt collectors, credit card companies, banks and mortgage companies when they break the rules. However there are times where we also help clients who are ...

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  • Ocwen Barred from Pursuing Foreclosures After Failing to Comply With Servicing Rules
    Ocwen Barred from Pursuing Foreclosures After Failing to Comply With Servicing Rules

    At one point in time, Ocwen was the nation’s largest non-bank loan servicer. The company, whose headquarters is in West Palm Beach, held a portfolio of over $500 billion in mortgage loans in 2014. In ...

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  • Jury Awards $83 Million for Malicious Prosecution of Wrong Person's Debt
    Jury Awards $83 Million for Malicious Prosecution of Wrong Person's Debt

    How much could you recover if a debt collector pursues you for someone else’s debt? For one woman in Missouri, the answer is $83 million. Several years ago, Portfolio Recovery Associates, one of the ...

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  • What Happens to Student Loans if the Borrower Dies?
    What Happens to Student Loans if the Borrower Dies?

    Benjamin Franklin once said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Had he gone to school in modern-day America, he might have added student loan payments to his ...

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  • Can You Be Sued For More Money After Your Car is Repossessed?
    Can You Be Sued For More Money After Your Car is Repossessed?

    Dealing with a repossessed vehicle can be embarrassing. Many people are reluctant to acknowledge that they are facing financial problems which led to the repossession, and as a result, fail to read ...

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  • End to Mandatory Arbitration?
    End to Mandatory Arbitration?

    The Consumer Protection Financial Bureau has been on a roll in the last year trying to pass new rules to protect consumers. A rule they proposed recently, if passed, would stop credit card companies, ...

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