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Categorized | Lawsuits

How do I defend myself in a credit card lawsuit?

Make them prove their case, every single aspect of it. An experienced attorney can guide the way here. There are so many issues that the collection agency has to prove to prevail in a court of law. I like to tell my clients that the agency has to prove A through Z, and they often can only prove A through E.

The collection agency has to prove a number of issues in a lawsuit to collect a debt. First and foremost is that they have to prove that they have the right to sue you. Did the original creditor actually sell, or assign, your account to them? Show me the documents!

They also have to prove that it was your account, and that you agreed to the terms and conditions that they allege are applicable to your account. They also have to prove that you made use of the credit account, the interest rate, the late fees and more. Again, I force them to show me all of the documents. Most times, they cannot come up with the proper documents so we have the case dismissed.

Contact our office at 412-823-8003 or toll free at 1-888-536-6644 for a free telephone consultation if you are being sued by a Collection Agency in Pennsylvania.

Credit Card Lawsuits

If you are faced with a credit card lawsuit, whether its an original creditor or a junk debt buyer, contact my office at 412-823-8003 right away. We offer a free, no obligation review of any credit card based lawsuit that is filed in PA.

FDCPA Attorneys

Many Debt Collectors threaten people, that's a fact. Threats of wage garnishment, jail, fraud charges and contacting employers, friends and relatives happens every day to people just like you. The truth is that most of these threats are illegal. If a debt collector is threatening you, contact our office at 412-823-8003 for a free initial consultation.