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Tuesday, February 26, 2013



Do these class notifications that go out describe that Midland Funding alleged robo signed affidavit that may have resulted in a judgment against you; and may have resulted in a judgment showing up on your credit report for 7 years; and may have unjustly increased the cost of future credit; and may result in declined credit; and may prevent you from refinancing or purchasing a home until paid; and may be.....

In other words, do these notices actually "explain" what may have/or will continue to happen to you, that this 17 dollars is expected to cover?

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