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  • Credit Card Companies Raising Interest Rates Yet Again

    A recent study confirmed what most of us already suspected: the credit card companies are back at it, raising rates... View Article

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  • Interrogatories for Debt Collection Cases

    During the initial phase of a debt collection lawsuit both sides can interrogate and question the other side to learn more about the particulars of the case. These are written questions that must be answered under oath. A person sued by a debt collector needs to be very careful in answering such interrogatories. Contact a local consumer attorney experienced in defending such debt collection cases.

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  • Sued for a Credit Card Debt

    If you’ve been sued by a credit card company for an alleged debt, you undoubtedly have many questions about the credit card lawsuit. There are three basic proofs the credit card company will need to present evidence in order to win: they are the proper plaintiff, you are the proper defendant, and that they are entitled to the amount they sued for. Learn about these points from Rudnitsky Law Firm.

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  • Recent Changes to Credit Card Laws

    The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act, had several provisions that took effect in August 2009. Under the new law, the credit card companies are not required to give you any advance notice before lowering your credit limit or even closing your account altogether. Learn more about these credit card law changes from Rudnitsky Law Firm.

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  • Summons on a Credit Card Debt

    If you’ve been sued by a credit card company for an alleged debt, you undoubtedly have many questions about the credit card lawsuit. There are three basic proofs the credit card company will need to present evidence in order to win: they are the proper plaintiff, you are the proper defendant, and that they are entitled to the amount they sued for. Learn about these points from Rudnitsky Law Firm.

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