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Friday, July 09, 2021


Edwin E Bell

If the CFPB doesn't tighten up on regulations or add new more restrictions to stop illicit activities or unlawful collections by mostly unsavory greedy debt collectors innocent less fortunate people will be destroyed by agressive and oppressive tactics used by many Esq's. Courts have been extremely lenient on less than truthful complaints filed lacking evidence or accurate debt validation. Consumers have been savaged by dishonest debt collectors, rule violating Esq's, and Courts that seem to wink or nod at complaints that are facially flawed or deficient. Until the Judiciary takes steps to weed out defective or illicit complaints consumers will be destroyed with hyper inflated judgments that ultimately ruin their futures. Most illicit debt collection targets minorities or POC who are less likely to have competent representation.

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