I recently received a letter from the court about two credit cards that I had defaulted in the past. They are not even on my credit report anymore. Should I still go to court? I called the court and was told the judge is cleaning up his books not sure what that means.
I want to know if I got served for unpaid credit card. They mailed the citation and a guy left it on my doorstep. But I never talk to the guy in person. He left a copy, seems to be a citation saying I have been sued. Can I still call the collection to settle the payment or is it too late? Or call a... Read more »
Talk to a lawyer before you make any agreements with the credit card company and do not make any payments until you have spoken with a lawyer. Yes, it's legal for them to serve you by leaving it on your door.
A criminal title company and mortgage lender allowed an unfaithful agent to have pages changed in the SDPOA *after* it was signed by the principal, turning a permission for limited and time constrained refinance into an open ended home equity loan permission (which is also in violation with federal... Read more »
Like many elder and estate planning lawyers, I not only customize the document and paginate in as page x of y but require initials, birthdate and date signed on every page. We cannot protect people who simply download and sign the statutory form. Consult an elder lawyer about a suit for fraud and...Read more »
An attorney would need some additional information here to offer any kind of input. Are they rejecting the form of payment you use? Is there another underlying issue why payment isn't accepted? With some additional facts, maybe a Texas attorney could offer some meaningful guidance. Good luck...Read more »
'Sorry that your question was not picked up in four weeks. At this point, you could contact a Texas lemon law attorney and go through your folder in detail with them, bringing to their attention your information involving the class actions. Good luck
Chashiers check to my mom who deposited it in her account and wired money as instructed to the scammer...ive just found out she is facing charges IN NEW JERSEY!! ( we are in texas) can that even be legal?
As a general matter, dealerships don't usually care which customer gets a warranty as a personal matter. However, they can choose in the sense of someone getting a warranty and a subsequent buyer of the vehicle attempting to enforce it. That would depend on whether the warranty was transferrable or...Read more »
My friend was investing in a business with his partner and was looking for money. I lent him some money for which he said he would give me a share in the business he is investing. He came back later and said that his partner cheated on him so he is unable to repay me. There are text messages in... Read more »
Almost thirty years ago, my husband died in a car accident in which I was badly hurt too. A wrongful death case was brought against the party responsible and eventually settled out of court. Now, the brothers of my deceased husband have filed a criminal case in another country against myself,... Read more »
Your question appears to involve Texas consumer law (Texas appears at the end of the question, but Albuquerque, New Mexico appears at the beginning). If you are in Texas, a Texas attorney would be the best person to advise. However, your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter,...Read more »
Yes, all states do. You could try adding a couple of categories to your question/repost and hopefully it could have a better chance of being picked up by someone versed in this area - try adding banking, foreclosure, collections, real estate, and maybe insurance bad faith. Although your matter...Read more »
Being sued by JDB, robo signed lawsuit Im sure. I may file bankruptcy, as I am within means test easily, but would obviously prefer not to do this. I can require arbitration from the original contract to possibly get the JDB to back off, just unsure if motion to compel arbitration should be... Read more »
The question is, do you have your vehicle or is it still at the shop? If they still have it I would get an attorney to write a demand letter for the car and regarding the bill. If not, you can simply refuse to pay and if they report it to the credit bureaus then sue them, or if they sue you, file...Read more »
My landlord file suit and was awarded $999 plus court cost. I was alerted by Credit Karma that a collection report had been made on my credit file from the same creditor but the amount is over $5K. Can they do that? When in court, they never asked nor did they receive this amount. What can I do... Read more »
The answer starts with that depends. If this is an old judgment the post-judgment interest could have raised teh total owed to over $5000. Or possibly the judgment included attorney's fees beig awarded to the creditor. You should get a copy of the judgment if you don't have one and use an online...Read more »
I have been receiving the run around from them for months and at one point was told that it was my fault and then today I was finally told it was an issue on their end. I have been paying monthly on a car that I can't even drive. As the state keeps rejecting the registration I'm unsure if I'll ever... Read more »
It is very hard to believe that this has been going on since September 2018. Why? Unless you are able to drive the lease car there is no reason to continue paying for it. The company that OWNS the vehicle is responsible to see that the vehicle can be driven lawfully in Florida, and see that the...Read more »
My truck caught fire while I was driving. Firefighters informed me the cause of fire began from weed eater Ryobi 18v lithium battery in the bed of my truck. I purchased from Home Depot. I have been advised by Ryobi employee to file an insurance claim with my car insurance. I would prefer not to do... Read more »
I signed into a least contract that was deceptive at viewing I learned too late. all windows were open at showing, I thought to show off the many windows in the unit. It was a look and lease and after signing and paying, the finally gave me keys. when windows closed smells of death. previous tenant... Read more »
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