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  1. Capitol One Bank reopened my account, charged me an annual fee.. and now calling and added a late fee. It was a bad card to have. High interest, yearly fee low limit ,,regretted the day I got it. so made effort to close acct asap. Oct 2016, eliminated balance, called them closed the account very happy !!! they have lots of hidden tricks, i didn't like. today april 24 2017, I get a call from them saying I owe 100 dollars ?? 70 for annual fee, 25 for late charge.... Their causing me great distress by lying. I have phone records (logs) of my calls to them.. HELP
  2. I recently received Complaint from attorneys of Cavalry SPV 1 containing a falsified credit card statement. The most glaring tip off is that the alleged monthly “account summary” contains columns of figures with misaligned decimal points. Citibank statements would not contain this ham handed mistake. Otherwise the statement appears believable upon a cursory look. Any idea how to establish this seemingly obvious yet difficult to substantiate falsification?
  3. Filed Chapter 13 Sep 2011, Bankruptcy Plan Number 8 DIRECT PAYMENTS lists 3 items, Jeep payment $265.36 WF Home mortgage (1stMortgage) $1,553.24 Wells Fargo Bank (2nd Mortgage) $275.00 These are the payments setup and ordered by the court for us to make directly to these companies. Got your attention? The first 2 went along just fine, Jeep paid off, 1st Mortgage ongoing @ 9% interest, 2nd mortgage paid $275.00 as ordered. We paid for 15 straight months, last payment was Dec 2012, so in Jan 2013 WF Charged the account off. No notification just Charged it off. Total payments
  4. Hello CreditInfoCenter Forum, I am currently being sued by CAVALRY SPV I, LLC. In California. This is a limited civil suit under $25,000 on a Bank of America credit card from 2009 that is long past the Statute of Limitations. I’ve attached heavily redacted versions of every article from the plaintiff, and every article of my own (the defendant). Please refer to these in the attached PDF form files. I could really, really use some guidance on how to proceed — this is my first time in a civil suit (or a suit of any kind) and I can not afford legal representati
  5. For those who have been sued by Wells Fargo for credit collections, how will this event about Wells Fargo fraud in the news recently affect those who lost their lawsuits and those that are still going forward? How do those know their accounts were fraudulent when the bank said that you get free additional accounts when you open a checking or saving account and they used your ss# fraudulently and you did not realize it to open credit card? Can you even appeal your lost lawsuit? Would they have to supply a signed document by you to prove they opened the account in good faith?
  6. This is a must watch behind the scenes video for anyone receiving debt collection calls: http://www.insideedition.com/videos/3437-watch-dirty-secrets-of-debt-collectors
  7. 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? SLM Education Credit (special subsidiary without executives that Sallie Mae uses as a Plaintiff) 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Blatt, Hasenmiller, Leibsker & Moore (BHLM) in Phoenix 3. How much are you being sued for? $8K 4. Who is the original creditor? Sallie Mae 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Found this the next day after they filed this Complaint - on the Justice Courts Website Was served 9 days later. 6. How were you served? (
  8. Couple days ago I was contacted by one person with very generic email address online4hire@yahoo.com (who pretended to be a personnel manager of one really existing big global company) regarding my resume posted on a job board for Seniors. That gentleman wanted to conduct a job interview thru Yahoo! Messenger (texting only). He offered me a kind of Data Entry Clerk position with $28.00 per hour (too good to be true, ). He did not give me any physical address of his company and his workplace. He asked a lot of questions that DID NOT INCLUDE such questions as: 1) Am I authorized to
  9. Fascinating story regarding the seedy underworld of debt collectors, debt brokers, and those who finance them. Paper Boys: Inside the Dark, Lucrative World of Consumer Debt Collection Source: New York Times, Aug 15 2014 http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/08/15/magazine/bad-paper-debt-collector.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
  10. 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
  11. Hi guys!! Ok, so I wanted to come on here and ask for you guys' advice for a friend of mine. Here's the HUGE problem.... He has a $300,000 foreclosure PLUS some credit cards on his account. The problem is..... the foreclosure is a house that his mother purchased when he was 18 and tricked him into cosigning for it because he had great credit. She basically told him that he was signing for the house in case anything happened to her... it would go to him without any issues. This is when he knew nothing about this type of stuff. He just signed the papers. He didn't find out until he was like 21
  12. Hey all! I'd like to hear your thoughts on tolling the sol in a fraud case. I want to make sure I am thinking outside of my own POV. Unifund committed various forms and acts of fraud in their case against me and the court. They finally withdrew their case and the fraud was abated. If I am correct the sol starts at the time of abatement, right? Thanks in advance!
  13. Anyone know of any good articles, outside of the first 10 pages of an internet search, on medical billing fraud. I have some collections from a few years ago. These collections might be from legitimate bills. However, the reason they weren't paid is likely due to some insurance fraud on the part of a former doctor of mine. The fraud looks like this: He reported charges WAAAY higher to my insurance agency than me, to the tune of $1400 per 15 minute session. That quickly drained my yearly maximums. However, when I went in it was the usual co-pay of $20. There was never a mention of an outstand