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Main Street Acquisition?

If you have a judgment against you from Main Street Acquisition, you may be wondering:

  1. Who is Main Street Acquisition?
  2. Why are they contacting me?
  3. Should I pay them?
  4. I was never served with the lawsuit. Can I vacate the judgment?

Main Street Acquisition is a buyer of defaulted credit card debts which were owed to original creditors such as HSBC. Main Street Acquisition will oftentimes assign debts or judgments to Credigy Receivables for further collections. They hire attorneys such as Todd Houslanger to collect on litigated debts and judgments in New York. When facing legal action, it's important to be steadforth in exploring your options so that you respond accordingly before it's too late.

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About Main Street Acquisitions Corp

Their compliance attorney is listed as Mr. Scott Loynd. Main Street's BBB file was opened in June 2008, and on 11/1/2016, an A+ rating is displaced. Their business started in 2004, and their headquarters are based at: 3715 Davinci Ct STE 200, Norcross, GA 30092-2670.

If you have an oustanding debt owed to Main Street Acquisitions, there's no better time then now to explore your resolution options. Call the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC to learn how our New York defense attorneys can help you get a fresh financial start.

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