Sued on a zombie debt or old credit
card debt by a creditor or debt collector?
Just because a
creditor or debt collector sues you does not
mean that they are automatically entitled to a judgment. They still
have to prove their case. Even though you know the facts of your case
best, you are no match for the crowded courtroom and the experienced
lawyer representing the creditor or collection
We can help
you if you are currently
being sued for old credit card debt.
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by creditors or debt collectors.
Security clearance denied or revoked due to financial considerations?
The number one reason for a
security clearance denial or revocation is due to finances. There are three
financial considerations taken into account: debt, affluence, and gambling.
Losing your security clearance will have a significant impact on your career. If
you receive notice that your security clearance is being denied or revoked due
to financial considerations, you must act quickly. You have limited time
If your security clearance is being denied or
revoked due to financial reasons, we can help you in responding to and/or
appealing the decision.
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Denied a credit card, mortgage or car loan due to errors on your credit
Each year, thousands of
consumers are turned down for credit cards, mortgages, and auto loans
due to inaccurate information in their credit reports. You have the
right to view your credit report and know what information is contained
therein. You can dispute information that is wrong or outdated and have
it removed from your report.
If your credit report has an error, we can assist you
in correcting your credit
report. Click here for more information on
your credit report.
Have you been a victim of identity theft?
More than 27 million Americans have been victims of identity theft in
the last five years. Last year’s identity theft losses to consumer
victims was reportedly $5 billion in out-of-pocket expenses.
To identity theft
victims, the task of correcting inaccurate information about their
financial status and trying to restore their good names may seem as
daunting as trying to solve a puzzle in which some of the pieces are
missing and other pieces no longer fit. Unfortunately, the damage that
criminals do in stealing another person's identity and using it to
commit fraud often takes far longer to undo than it took the criminals to
commit the crime.
We can help identity theft victims protect their
rights while reclaiming their good name. Click
here for more information on
how to recover
from identity theft.
In a dispute with your credit card
services you never received?
merchandise you returned or never received?
twice for the same item?
not credited to your account?
We can help you try
correct billing errors with your credit card companies.
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dispute with a credit card company.
Noticed unauthorized transactions in your
notified your bank of unauthorized banking transactions, your financial
institution must investigate and promptly correct any unauthorized
transactions that you report. The Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA)
covers various unauthorized electronic transfers processed through a
person's checking account.
We can help you
try and regain any funds withdrawn from your account without your
consent. Click here for more information about
problems with a bank account.
If you have experienced any of these
contact the Valentine