He is going to tell my neighbors and put a lien against my car. Is all of this legal? He won't say his company name or give an address.
I would always suggest that such calls be recorded. (But be aware that Texas allows calls to be recorded by one of the parties on the call, and not all states do.)
To sue a firm based on debt collections without a recording would be much more difficult than with a recording. As others have said, there are rules - you have to prove what you say, and that's hard to do when it is your word versus the other company.
As for the identification, you can always just say that you are willing to pay, and ask where to send the check.See question
My attacker is in jail on 160k bond any type bond,there also is 160k in writ of attachment. What does this mean,also I keep getting turned down due to homelessness,(lawyers keep rejecting me.)(I have no criminal record and have always been a good ...
You should visit with the Legal Aid folks in Austin. I don't know how to interpret what you are saying. I don't know if you have a judgment for $160k, or if there is a judgment against you for $160k, or something different from that.See question
If an LLC files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to escape its obligations in the state court. The individual who is suing that identity with others for fraudulent transfer of ownership and assets doesn't loose his individual claims of the fraudulent tra...
You want to evaluate the possibility of following the claims into bankruptcy court. Claims based on fraud can be pursued, and may or may not be useful if the LLC has assets.
You can dismiss your claims without prejudice against the LLC and proceed against the remaining defendants. Beyond that, you want to visit with one of us with the specifics. When you call for a consultation, be sure to send over the suit's active pleadings and the bankruptcy case number.See question
I have multiple student loans that have gone into default and they are beginning to garnish my wages. When i looked into the amount they could garnish in Texas it says 15%, but my job is garnishing 15% for one loan and 10% for the other to hit an...
You should not assume that what is right is what will be what occurs when you don't fight and don't respond to collection actions. Get a local attorney to look at it all.See question
Probably not. You are probably obligated to let the landlord know, and give him time to fix the issue.See question
A mechanic put a lien on my car and after a few years I just found out that my name is still registered under my name. I just Dont know why that man never changed anything. I'm afraid that there using my information to get the license plate for th...
Visit any general practice attorney, but talk to their office first and send an email with all the details. This is a fairly minor matter that many attorneys can handle for you.See question
My husband and I had a rough patch last year and couldn't pay our public storage bill so obviously it went to collections. It is only $180 so I can easily pay it right now, but the debt collector is Allied Interstate and given its reputation I don...
Get an updated pay-off, pay it with certified funds, and get a good receipt.
There's no easy way to remove a true item from a credit report. Just takes time.See question
I owe a lot off money and can't afford to make the payments that they are asking for.
Yes, as previously stated, you should see a bankruptcy attorney, or even visit with your local Legal Aid clinic.See question
Creditor is making hard inquiries, negatively effecting my credit rating, without consent.
How do you know this? If this is happening, you need to consult with a local consumer law attorney.See question
I was sued on 2-24-15 and a judgement was put against me. I mailed a cashier's check and confirmed with prosecuting attorney firm they recd ck on 2-27-15. I requested a release of judgement. Was told to call back in two weeks. I called today, 3-16...
It seems that what you mean is that the trial was held on 2/24, rather than you were sued that day, but it's difficult to see.
There's nothing to be scared of. You've paid them. They can't do anything to you. Relax, and put a call into their office a couple of times a week until you get some sort of written acknowledgement.See question