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potential Class Action suits do not scare most of the big CAs or JDB. They deal with them all the time. It is profitable for the lawyer s the other side pays legal fees. The nominal plaintiff gets no more than the other members of the class. Promising a lawyer you have The Next Big Class Action to whet his appetite and take your case for free may or may not work: not all lawyers handle class actions and any decent lawyer will want you to put your money ( at least some) where your mouth is.

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Class action can defintely be a potent credit repair tool. If you have the money for a good lawyer and can threaten a serious class action it will help in credit negotations. However, it can be difficult to get your case as a "class action" . I recently talked to a lawyer that went against Capitalone and he said the judge would not bring his case as a class action. However, the lawyer was able to settle the case on an individual level. If your looking to use class action as a credit repair tool California seems to be the place to join a class action.

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