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It is not yet clear whether the courts are now accepting new cases for filing in debt collection or not, but some people are contacting me with cases they have recently received. Are some law firms have cases previously filed served? Are service processors just finding people home now? Or are people just finding cases […]
Introducing the 20-20 Memberships We are introducing two new types of membership, the 20-20 and 20-20 plus. Right now, the difference is just how long they last, but it is likely that there will be some special content or materials for 2020+ before too long. If you have watched the videos at the Overview of […]
The new 20:20 project – New Year, New Kind of Membership There are three videos in this series. Together, they describe the debt litigation process and almost everything you will encounter as you go through it. We have products for every situation, but these videos are more about the process than our products. Below the […]
Proof of Ownership of the Debt – How Hard Can it be? To download a free copy of this article in pdf form, click here: How Hard is Proving Ownership I get comments like this all too often: “A debt collector got a judgment without even proving ownership of the debt.” It makes me […]
What Makes Something Evidence For a free copy of this article in PDF format, click here: what makes it evidence This article is a brief but important discussion about “evidence,” what it is, how it works, and what to do about it. I get a lot of questions about “striking” documents at various times in […]
Voidable Judgments – the Other Kind of Motion to Vacate For a free copy of this article in PDF form, click here: the other kind of motion to vacate Most of the time when people talk about motions to vacate they’re talking about motions to vacate a default that occurred as a result of failure […]
Three Weaknesses Most Debt Collectors Have For a free copy of this article in PDF format, click here: Three Weaknesses article Debt collectors tend to buy debts in large quantities (called “tranches”) at a cost that varies from 25 or even 50 cents or more per dollar of “nominal” debt owed (that is, how much […]
Is Pro Se Debt Defense Hard? For a free copy of this article in pdf format, click here: is pro se defense hard How hard is it to defend yourself from the debt collectors? You would think that wouldn’t be a very difficult question to answer, given that the business is largely automated and conducted […]
Debt Collector or Original Creditor For a free copy of this article in pdf format, click here: difference between original creditors and debt collectors We used to face a simple either/or question in debt defense. Were you being harassed or sued by the original creditor? That’s the person who allegedly lent you the money in […]