ID Theft Documents

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Federal IRS Offer In Compromise

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What They Don’t Want You To Know About Credit Inquiries

Learn how inquiries can drop your credit scores and also how companies are using “filters” to lower your credit scores to higher your interest rates Click Here To See Our Membership Program or Let Us Do All The Work Click Below

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How Credit Cards Companies Can Effect Your Credit and Credit Scores

Learn how credit cards companies can effect your credit and credit scores due to the laws congress has passed in their favor. Learn more about credit repair: CLICK HERE Get Access To My Free Membership Site or Let Us Do All The Work For You Click Below

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How to Deal with Medical Collections

According to recent news reports over 75% of America’s are dealing with some sort of medical debt. Either from not having insurance or not being able to afford to pay their deductibles. I’ve put together this video to show you your rights when it comes to medical debt being reported on your credit reports and…

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How To Deal With Auto Repossessions

In this video I share my strategies for dealing with an auto repossession. I take you step by step through the entire process including the collection process, auction sale, contracts and much more. Get Access To My Free Membership Site or Let Us Do All The Work For You Click Below

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Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first ruling shows strict use of language

WASHINGTON — Newly installed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch followed the letter of the law in his first opinion Monday — a ruling that dealt with whether collectors of debts are in all cases “debt collectors.” In a lively, 11-page unanimous ruling, Gorsuch said a law passed by Congress to guard against abusive, deceptive and unfair…

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US Supreme Court rules against Alabama woman in credit card debt collection lawsuit

Updated on May 15, 2017 at 1:07 PMPosted on May 15, 2017 at 11:57 AM In this photo taken Feb. 14, 2017, the Supreme Court in Washington is shown. In its unanimous ruling Wednesday, March 22, 2017, the justices rejected a lower education standard for students with disabilities set by the U.S. Court of Appeals…

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