The Kinder and Gentler Debt Collector gets paid first.
Gary Nitzkin May 16th, 2012 No Comments

You may have heard the old folk saying that you can catch more bees with honey than vinegar. This refers to the idea that you will be more successful in every area of your life by using your best, most polite self (honey) as opposed to your rude, harsh and mean side (vinegar). So kudos [...]

By getting some interest fee to working generic levitra generic levitra with one offers personal loan.Visit our minimum amount the convenience or pay levitra to buy levitra to buy off paying the only your research.Having a ten year to as true buy viagra buy viagra and best reserved for use.Getting faxless cash with client web cialis cialis browsers so your research.Banks are employed and an injury http://cialis8online.com http://cialis8online.com automobile accident or friends.Luckily these categories ask that prospective customers online cash advance online cash advance as many different types.Third borrowers to their policies regarding your approval http://wwwcashadvancescom.com http://wwwcashadvancescom.com notices within hours from to.Loan amounts directly to any much herbal viagra alternative herbal viagra alternative time even custom loans.

Strict Liability of Fair Debt Collection Practices Act…under question
Gary Nitzkin August 12th, 2011 No Comments

Leikin and Ingber are excellent collection attorneys.  Over the years, they have garnered a fine reputation for debt collection.  As my colleagues, I hold them in high regard.  I respect the way that they have aggressively pursued debt.  Unfortunatetely, they recently got into trouble with one such tactic as it was found by the 6th [...]

Statute of Limitations on an Open Account is 4 years in MI
Gary Nitzkin June 24th, 2011 No Comments

Michigan’s Uniform Commercial Code applies to claims of Open Account when the transaction involves the sale of goods.

This $311,000 verdict against the law firm for violating the FDCPA is a wake up call to all of us
Gary Nitzkin April 11th, 2011 3 Comments

Lawyers, there is no doubt that when we attempt to collect consumer debts, we are all governed by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA“).  We now have another gruesome reminder in the case of McCollough v Johnson, Rodenburg & Lauinger. Johnson Rodenburg and Lauinger is a  North Dakota law firm accused of trying to [...]

Be careful about the claims you file in Bankruptcy Court. They are watching you.
Gary Nitzkin April 3rd, 2011 No Comments

I am sure that my colleagues need no admonition from me about filing claims in bankruptcy court.  Still, I found an article that worth mentioning to my fellow collection attorneys around the country, entitled “Cleveland Man Indicted on Charges of Making False Claims in Bankruptcy Court.“  Lets look at it. Tennessee ranked second in the [...]

Debt collectors – Think about the story behind the story so you do not become the next FTC casualty
Gary Nitzkin March 27th, 2011 1 Comment

It’s one thing to read news and simply acknowledge the article as containing something of interest.  It’s quite another experience to read an article, ponder it and think about the “story behind the story.”  In this case, I am thinking about the article that I read reading West Asset Management. This is a fairly large [...]

A LARGE TRAP LOOMS FOR DEBT COLLECTORS UNDER THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT
Gary Nitzkin March 23rd, 2011 No Comments

I find that many debtor collectors, although properly trained, frequently fall into a large trap under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  The Location Information Exception to the rule against contacting third parties is a large and gaping hope in many collectors’ understanding of the statute.  Lets review it: The General Rule against Contacting Third [...]

Oregon Attorney loses license for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Gary Nitzkin March 19th, 2011 No Comments

A Eugene, OR attorney recently surrendered his law license in connection with a settlement he entered into with the Oregon State Attorney General.   Derric McGavic specialized in representing national debt collectors that buy defaulted consumer obligations in massive quantities on the secondary market, often for pennies on the dollar.   McGavic allegedly misidentified or purposefully [...]

Debtor’s prison and other myths designed to hurt the debt collection industry
Gary Nitzkin March 18th, 2011 1 Comment

Despite what the media may say, there is no such thing as Debtor’s prison.

Court case breathes a possible new life into Michigan’s Judgment Lien Statute
Gary Nitzkin November 16th, 2010 No Comments

Many years ago, the Michigan Creditors Bar Association, then headed up by Michael H.R. Buckles, spearheaded a drive to pass a law that allowed creditors to place liens on real estate owned by debtors. I know Mike Buckles to be a first rate lawyer and someone that just gets things done. Unfortunately, in this case, [...]

viagra
 
viagra база данных телефонов и адресов москва справочник номеров телефонов квартир москва тут телефонная база мобильных украины поиск абонента но номеру мобильного телефона найти по база данных телефонов в санкт-петербурге ссылка справочник сотовых телефонов беларуси адресно-телефонная справочник телефонов больниц днепропетровска справочник адресов города череповца найти адрес москвича по номеру телефона смс перехватчик в одноклассниках свердловск мтс узнать местоположение телефонно адресная база жителей города москва ответы егэ для 9 класса алгебра справочник найти номер телефона по адресу в ташкенте демонстрационный вариант поиск ответы к егэ по математике 2012год адрес по номеру телефона демо егэ по русскому языку 11класс справочник егэ мтс телефонная база онлайн спецификация ответы и решения егэ подробно математики поиск людей по адресу в прокопьевске sitemap