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Saturday, October 15, 2016



Great idea for a post; thank you and thanks to the commenters. Here are my folks to follow in addition to those listed by Professor Jimenez:
Professor Elizabeth Joh:
Professor Mehrsa Baradaran
Michael Hitzik
Herb Weisbaum:
Prof. Angela Walch:
Economic Hardship Reporting Project:
Consumers International:

Edwin E. Bell

Everyday citizens are using online media when dealing with illegal unlicensed debt collection by JBB's who use facially fraudulent counterfeit documents when filing meritless claims against families who do NOT OWE. We have been using Twitter to publish the evidence, facts, and law about our case, used in combination with Google+ stories and Blogger stories which have a URL. Here are a few links.

Dalié Jiménez

Great idea Jeff! Would love to hear what everyone else has to say (and thanks for including me).

I made a list on Twitter that has most of the consumer law people I follow. Anyone can subscribe and/or pick and choose who to follow from the list here:

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