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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Student Loan Trusts Sue Consumers Illegally

  These Student Loan Trusts, 15 of them bought up 800,000 student loans and sold Student Loan backed notes to INVESTORS. Then they sued consumers even though they had improper evidence. Their debt collector swore falsely under oath in court! Consent Order and Final Judgment in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware. For […]

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Reprehensible scam stopped!

Blog by: Constance d’Angelis Federal Court Action against company, owner/CEO and business/marketing associate for misleading vulnerable consumers by lying.  Deceptive business practices – (details bulleted below) “It is reprehensible that Top Notch and its owner sought to scam NFL concussion victims, 9/11 heroes, and others to turn a quick profit,” said CFPB Director Richard Cordray. Culprits […]

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