Current Class Action Cases Against Debt Collectors

If you have received a letter from a debt collector that violates the law, they likely sent that same letter to their entire mailing list. This means that we can create a class action lawsuit against the debt collector. Learn more about this here. Our current cases are listed below.

Stephanie Walker v. Trott Law, P.C.

Plaintiff has filed a class action complaint against Defendant, Trott Law, P.C. (Trott) for using deceptive and misleading representations in a debt collector letter for its mortgage and servicer clients and violating 15 U.S.C. §1692g by failing to inform the homeowner who they represent. Read More

Lora Lynn Wandel v. General Audit Corp.

Defendant violated the FDCPA in that the letters to the Plaintiff and the class members by charging a $5.00 processing fee on check and credit card payments. Read More

Michael Harvey v. Enerson Law, LLC

Defendant violated the FDCPA by making false, deceptive, and misleading representations that Defendant Enerson is permitted by Michigan law to collect a debt by lawsuit or through a legal proceeding against a Michigan Consumer. Read More

Faliscia C. Knuckles v Mary Jane Elliott, PC

Defendant Mary Jane Elliott was sending initial debt collection letters to Michigan Residents with listing the mandatory validation notice that dispute and verification requests must be made in writing. Written requests automatically require the debt collector to cease and desist from collecting on the debt until the validation request is honored. Read More

Earl D. Wilson v Trott Law, PC

Defendant Trott is publishing Foreclosure Sale Notices in newspapers, county buildings and public notice websites as debt collectors. Trott is violating the FDCPA and the Right to Privacy advising the world that the homeowner owes a Mortgage Debt as part of a Foreclosure Sale Notice. Any Foreclosure statute requiring this public notice is preempted by the Federal Act. Read More

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Our Mortgage Company had attempted to step in and take possession of our home using underhanded practices... thanks to Brian and all of his hard work our case was overturned and the Foreclose was dismissed" Read More
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