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I'm sorry to hear that you're having to deal such a frustrating situation.  To answer your question, your situation falls a little into both categories.  As I can only speak as to the facts ...Read more

If the car is still registered to you, report it stolen to the police.

The cost of dealing with a multi state auto repair claim where other shops did this or that to the same system adding further complication is likely cost ineffective. You will likely spend more money, ...Read more

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Most Common Types of Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury refers to damage that is caused to an individual’s body, mind, or emotions after they are involved in an accident caused through another person’s negligence, oversight, mis ... Read more

What Are The Different Kinds of Collection Calls You Can Receive?

Collection calls referred to in this article are calls made for the purpose of recovering overdue money, either in the form of unpaid bills, or payments that have lapsed and have morphed into bad debt ... Read more

Different Ways to Stop Collection Calls

Before you can stop the nuisance caused by collection calls, you need to ensure they aren’t indeed genuine calls for overdue debt owed by you. There is nothing illegal about collecting genuine d ... Read more

How Can TCPA Help You Stop Collection Calls?

Collection calls refer to calls made by debt collectors when collecting overdue payments. These payments could be overdue credit card bills and loans, including student loans, medical bills, phone bil ... Read more

How to Stop Robocall Harassment from Capital One

Do some of these following lines sound familiar? Do you find yourself relating to them? “…While having this card I also received tons of phone calls from bogus callers trying to bleed me o ... Read more

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