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Hello, I was served with papers from Portfolio Recovery a couple of days ago. I am trying to figure out how to respond. I have been looking around this form and seems that @texasrocker has some good advice, I am still a bit unsure how to proceed. Not exactly sure what to say in my answer. I would appreciate any help. Thanks guys! 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC Assignee of Dell financial services 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Rausch Sturm Isreal Enerson & Hornik LLc
Hello, I am in need of some serious help. I have never checked my credit report in my entire life until two days ago when a collection agency called me and informed me that i had student loans in my name. *this is sadly a case of family fraud but i did attend school so I'm dealing with that, it only prompted me to check my credit report to see what else may have happened. I did credit karma (transition) and to be safe got the experian report as well. I am going through all this information still as it has been pretty overwhelming but have noticed a few pretty serious concerns already.
I have been researching issues surrounding debt collection activity and fraud. Apparently, some debt collectors may be violating racketeering laws (RICO), as well. In a New York Federal Court case, the debt collection company Mel Harris and Associates, and its affiliates, have been accused of violations of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, the Racketeer Influence and Corruption Organization Act, and Fraud. The lawsuits stems from a scheme by the Defendants in which process servers fraudulently told the court they properly served debt collections lawsuits. Instead, they were routinely en