I got call saying I owe cash advance and owe 1138dollars for a 500dollars loan of I didn't pay by4 pm I was gonna have 2 class b felonies. I was so nervous I went and got money but didn't send it not sure about this.I called cash advance in area t...
The Cash Advance calls are a scam. Do not pay. Do not provide information. Report them to law enforcement.See question
I did not pay the month of September because lanlord was not paying his association dues association wants me to enter into a rental agreement with them said if I pay the landlord it was fraudulent money went to court judges saying landlord tenan...
Consult a consumer lawyer immediately. Issues raised by your question include:
1. What credit bureaus are involved. Some specialized bureaus which sell products to landlords report the FILING of evictions rather than just judgments.
2. Is the report false or misleading.
3. Are you entitled to have the court file sealed, which is often done when a person is named in a lawsuit although they have not defaulted on any obligation (this often happens with tenants in foreclosures and homeowner association cases).
A twin bluffs representative just called to tell me that I owe $1670 from a deposited online payday check on May 22, 2012 and that I was already notified by mail. I never was. Also that after I deposited the check and it cleared I closed the check...
You are being scammed. Do not pay. Do not provide information. The fact that they have some information about you does not make this legitimate; the Federal Trade Commission and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have noted that scammers obtain information from loan brokers, etc. Report contact to law enforcement.See question
I recently received a call saying that a charge of check fraud has been filed against me which they use another name when I told her I think you have the wrong number she ask for my information and then say no it's you.if I did not pay the balance...
Calls of this nature are a scam. Do not pay. Do not provide information. Report the call to law enforcement.See question
Told me that they would be there between 3-5 that day, either at my home or work. Gave me a number to call to discuss it. Called and spoke to a someone who told me they were preparing to sue on behalf of another company for a loan from 8 years a...
This is a scam. Do not provide information. Do not pay. Report to law enforcement.See question
How can I stop a threaten lawsuit against me on a loan I took out a year ago ,I got sick and had to quit work and live on SSDI and paying rent here and stuff and ultities is hard on 886. a month ,I need advice on what to do and stuff I owe a lot a...
I am familiar with this sort of email You are being scammed. Do not pay. Do not provide information. Forward it to law enforcement.See question
Hey, I am working with 2 other people to open up a business in San Diego, CA. We are looking to get a loan for 110k from an investor. As part of the agreement they would need a personal guarantor of the loan. Due to various circumstances the perso...
You would have a claim against them. It would be dischargeable in bankruptcy.
The question I always ask people thinking about cosigning: why do you have greater faith in the ability of the principal debtor to pay than a professional lender who won't lend to them without a cosigner.See question
Caller is saying he has an affidavit that he will send through if I don't pay by money gram no later than 4:00 pm tomorrow
You are being scammed. Do not provide money or information. Report the call to law enforcement.See question
If i have a wage garnishment against me is the debt collector required to make a final attempt at collecting the debt by sending a demand letter before wage garnishments can begin?
If there is a court issued wage deduction order, it is enforceable without a demand.See question
being sued from.midland funding over a 9 year old debt that my deceased ex husband was supposed to pay but didnt
Consult a consumer attorney immediately.
The statute of limitations on most Midland debts (credit cards) is five years, measured from last payment or default, whichever is later.
Husbands and wives are entitled under federal law to obtain credit on their own. One spouse is not normally liable for the credit card debt of the other. What is your relationship to the card?
You need to show a consumer lawyer the papers relating to the debt/ lawsuit and raise these issues. In the meantime, comply with all court dates and filing deadlines and don't make any admissions.See question