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Seyed Abbas Kazerounian

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  • A co owner closes out bank account before the death of the other two owners. What is the law on that?

    First two owners are parents. Sister third owner. Parents in nursing home and coma.

    Seyed’s Answer

    It is not clear what aspect of the law you re looking for. Your question is too vague

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  • If I am the Defendent in a debt colletion trial can I be called by the Plaintiff to testify? If so can I use the 5th amendment?

    I am in California and my trial is late FEB.

    Seyed’s Answer

    Counsel is correct. Yes you can as this is not a criminal manner. However if the answer o your question/s have criminal impact, you may claim the 5th

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  • No collision Car incident while switching lanes

    I was going to change lanes to my left, I had my blinker on but realized there was a car next to me before I made the switch, my car never went over the lane, when I looked back the driver had swerved off the rode and hit the middle divider, my ca...

    Seyed’s Answer

    Get your insurance involved to help you

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  • Can a debt collector file civil or criminal charges?

    4 years ago money was borrowed from a quick loan type of company and a check was given to them until loan was due. When it was due check was deposited but was NSF. Went through 2 debt collectors and now a new one is threatening to send info to c...

    Seyed’s Answer

    It sounds like your rights may have eben violated. Call a consumer attorney in your area to be screened for fdcpa violations and other similar statutes

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  • Should I go in to speak with this detective?

    A credit card was stolen at my work and they are asking everyone who worked that day prior to the incident to come in for "questioning"

    Seyed’s Answer

    If you have something to hide i suggest you talk to an attorney before you do anything

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  • I defaulted on a PayDay loan from 2008 due to unforseen circumstances. Can they take legal actions?

    They are saying that they are going to pursue legal actions due to the bad check that was written. I have already paid off two of the loans over the last 3 years that were from 2008. What are the potential outcomes for this?

    Seyed’s Answer

    If you default, they could sue. But in my experience pay day loan collections are far too aggressive and in the process some law is violated. I highly suggest you contact a consumer attorney as you may be in a better position than you know or think

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  • How can I get back my Security Deposit from Capital One after closure of my account.

    Hi, I had an account at Capital One.I had to place a security deposit in order to have a credit card. I have closed my account and settled everything in Oct2012. I was told by their agent that I will receive my refund within next 60 days after clo...

    Seyed’s Answer

    If they do not pay, this could actually be a good class action. Consult a local consumer attorney

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  • Can i sue an out of state collection agency that broke a fdcpa law? if the debt is not mine? can i file a summons to appear in

    a district court in my home town? recieved a call saying my # was a contact and it was concerning a debt. clocked him at 6:52am

    Seyed’s Answer

    See a consumer attorney as it sounds like you have a good case and you absolutely can sue them

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  • What do I do to correct a wrong I did 5 yrs ago? I took out a credit card in my husbands name while we were split up.

    The credit card was for 200$. I never paid the company, so with interest, I think it came to 500$. I let my now ex husband know about this, he said he wasn't worried about it. I offered to pay him the money, he declined. However some time later he...

    Seyed’s Answer

    Do not do anything like telling the police until you have discussed your options with an attorney

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  • What will having a Judgement on a Civil Claim for Money mean for my credit and/or background history?

    In early January I was served with a Warrant in Debt from Citibank c/o Glasser and Glasser. I had been in previous contact with Glasser and Glasser about the debt through mail. In mid-September I received a letter with options to settle the debt...

    Seyed’s Answer

    I am not sure what exactly happened ad u think you have a few things confused. When you say served, do you really mean served or sued. If the case was filed in the wrong venue, that COULD be an fdcpa violation but ad i say i am not sure you have not confused it (which d common by the way). You should see a consumer attorney immediately who can look at the paper work and screen for such violations.
    As for a judgment, it can certainly hurt your credit and it can be used to garnish wages and lien properties

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