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In the computer age, 99% of all documents are created and stored electronically. Today, all litigants, pro se or otherwise, have a duty to request and disclose responsive electronic evidence in their cases. If you have a consumer debt case, debt collectors will seek to turn to the courts to squeeze money out of the already struggling poor and middle class.
Lawsuits to collect on bad debts have to be filed in the state where a debtor lives. And, location has become the new tool for debt collectors as some jurisdictions are more lenient than others. Large debt buyers use the relaxed rules of small claims and municipal courts to file suits that obtain little documentation of the debts they seek to collect. These courts allow for quick judgments when legally unsophisticated defendants fail to contest the suits. Once the debt collectors obtains a judgment, they use the full weight of the legal system to enforce it primarily by seizing assets, garnishing wages, and freezing bank accounts.
Thus, the need for ediscovery. Tune in to our E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Consumer Debt Mediation Training Webinar on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 @ 12 Noon to learn how to uncover ESI and effectively negotiate a resolution of your consumer debt via mediation or arbitration.
Visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net to learnn how to obtain access to the Webinar and also pick up a copy of the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Consumer Debt Mediation ebook at www.amazon, a step-by-step instruction guide on ediscovery for consumer debt situations.
THOR RADIO NETWORK PRESENTS;
THOR RADIO NETWORK, airs its Consumer Debt Show today (Tuesday) August 19, 2014. Today we will present to you recent news on foreclosure, debt news and recent occurences in the world of debt collection/buyers. Our founder and Host Brother Sharif' will bring us a topic by which he will expound upon regarding debt collection.
Our co-host Laela, Lori and ordained Minister Rudi will surround the Lion of Judah with their oral support. THOR is not a religious group, although some may has their own religious beliefs. THOR is open and available to all, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, political belief and or economic ability.
Disclaimer: THOR, nor its hosts makes any claim to be attorneys, and we dont give legal advice. We urge that any listener of our show research any information demonstrated prior to taking any action. THOR does not direct you to any particular source to obtain so called legal advice as that discretion is left up to the individual.
Hello folks, and thank you for tuning in to another episode of the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Webinar. I am your instructor, Anthony Johnson.
Today we will air an emergency Webinar in regards to consumer debt training, which will include medical debt as well. Apologies for not covering the aforementioned topics in the regularly scheduled Webinar. Foreclosure dispute resolution is a major topic of concern affecting a homeowner's most prized material possession: their home.
Thank you for tuning in and we look training you during the Webinar.
DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys. We are not engaged in the rendering of legal advice. We are Online Dispute Resolution Practitioners. If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.
Hello folks, and thank you for tuning in to the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Webinar. I am your Instructor, Anthony Johnson. In this Consumer Debt Negotiation Webinar, we will discuss medical finance and how hospitals and clinics are transfering patient accounts wholesale to finance experts, banks, credit card companies, even private equity firms.
Many of these third parties use credit scores and risk-analysis softward to price the debt and impose interest rates as high as 27% on past due bills!
If you have medical debt, be sure to tune in to this Medical Debt Negotiation FREE Webinar!
DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys. We are not engaged in rendering legal advice. We are Online Dispute Resolution Practitioners. If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.
Hello folks, and thank you for joining me for another episode of the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Show. I am your host, Anthony Johnson.
In this episode, we will explore the intricacies of consumer debt and how to effectively negotiate with a debt collector on a presumed debt. Our new Consumer Debt Negotiation Training Manual is designed to assist you as a DIY guide to consumer debt negotiation. Lenders have written off over $3.2 trillion of consumer debt of all type since September 2007, according to Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody's Analytics. That figure has risen since that time.
Also, more than 450 debt buyers have scooped up more than $100 billion in distressed loans last year, according to the latest estimates by Kaulkin Ginsburg, a debt-collection industry advisor.
Folks, there is a lot of debt to be collected and the debt collectors are coming! You need to know how to beat back the collection activity and learn how to negotiate effectively with the debt collector when he/she calls. Most times, the debt probably isn't yours, or the debt collector will not have the appropriate documentation to confirm the debt. We will train you how to recognize these and other characteristics to ensure you are not a victim in this consumer debt crisis.
If you have been repeatedly phoned by a debt collector, have received communication from a debt collector via mail in regards to a debt, or you just want to be proactive in your debt situation, you must tune in!
NOTE: The Consumer Debt Negotiation Training Manual is a spin-off of the book, "A Debtor's Burden," about the unconscionable practices of debt collection companies. It is available at www.amazon.com, e-Book, and www.createspace.com, in print.
Hello folks, and thank you for tuning in to the Consumer Debt Negotiation Internet Radio Webinar. I am your Instructor, Anthony Johnson.
Today we will cover the Consumer Debt Negotiation eTraining Manual in its entirety and answer any questions, comments, or concerns thereon. We will also touch on the Foreclosure Settlement reached by the States' Attorneys General, and analyze what it means to homeowners based upon the information we have at present. We don't have many details on the settlement, and the devil will certainly be in the details.
DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys. We are not engaged in the rendering of legal advice. We are Private Dispute Resolution Specialists. If legal advice is required, the advice of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.
Good day, folks. Thank you for listening to another episode of the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Show. I am your host, Anthony Johnson.
In this episode we will cover "The Debt Validation Strategy" and illustrate the process of effectively negotiating with a debt collector on a presumed debt. We will continue the discussion of how to establish the paper trail in the event you will need to sue the debt collector, original creditor, or the credit bureaus for non-compliance with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), or Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
We will revisit the statute of limitations and its applicability, sample letters, and the method behind the negotiation strategy.
If you have been contacted by a debt collector, received your credit bureau report and have noticed derogatory items thereon, or just want to be proactive in keeping your credit and good name up to par, you must tune in!
NOTE: The Consumer Debt Negotiation Training Manual is a spin-off from the book, "A Debtor's Burden" available at www.amazon.com, eBook; www.createspace.com, in print.
Occupy Wall Street has been on a debt-abolishing tear lately -- recently buying nearly $4 million in student loans from debt collectors and then forgiving it.
Now thousands of people across the country are begging them to forgive their loans, too.
Charlene Ingram is one of them.
A single mother of four from St. Louis, Ingram is 41 and has $125,000 in student loan debt.
After struggling for years to find a job that paid more than minimum wage, she enrolled in an undergraduate program at age 37 -- figuring a bachelor's degree would be her only shot at earning enough to support her family. While she was in school, she and her sons delivered phone books in order to put food on the table.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, November 24th at 7pm Eastern, as they welcome Richard Cheatham to discuss the Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Richard is a long time Liberty activist and started the first Libertarian Supper Club in the Richmond, Virginia area. He is also a historical actor and speaker. Highlights from the recent Midterm Elections will also be discussed. An interesting show for sure, that you won't want to miss.
Here are the links Richard Cheatham discussed with us on the show:
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
Institute for Justice - Food Freedom Project
Baylen J. Linnekin
Keep Food Legal Foundation
3509 Connecticut Ave. NW, #1009
Washington, DC 20008
Weston A. Price Foundation
Joel Salatin's Polyface Farms
Va Independent Consumers & Farmers Association
Living History Associates, Ltd.
MIGHTY THOR RADIO NETWORK PRESENTS;
Our "TUESDAY DEBT SHOW" at 11:00 am EST. Todays show is for Consumers interested in learning an area of Commerce we engage in all to frequent, but many times unknowingly. In fact we generally engage in Commerce as Consumers far more than any other capacity known. In order for us to not fall prey to debt collectors, and on some occassions even Creditors, we must sufficiently learm the rules that governs our Behavior and Conduct as "Consumers" first. Secondly, we then must educate ourselves on state and federal laws that govern the Behavior and Conduct of our commercial servants who are Creditors, and most times Third Party Debt Collectors. Consumers by large are Oppressed and Abused by Debt Collectors illegal tactics and strategies whose only goal is to extract money from them.
THOR was created as an alternative to Consumers falling victim to debt collectors. THOR brings their own style, Strategies and Tactics to keep the debt buying Industry with the four corners of the consumer protection laws. A wrong move against a Consumer by the Debt Collector may result in severe monetary liability.
THOR is one of the most listened to, and most visited internet radio show for education in Consumer Protection and Debt Collection. Consumers has said THOR is Number #1 in dealing with Foreclosure, Credit Card and Defaulted Debt. Lead by our own Host, Founder one we call amongst other affectionate titles the "Illuminator" Brother Sharif brings the information in dynamic fashion where all can understand.
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