Sued by Rushmore Recoveries?

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Rushmore Recoveries is a debt buyer that hires local debt collection lawyers to bring lawsuits in New York. The underlying debts are oftentimes related to old credit cards. If you are subject to a lawsuit or judgment, you may be wondering:

  1. Who is Rushmore Recoveries? Are they a scam?
  2. Why do I owe them anything?
  3. Can I dispute owing this debt?
  4. How can I stop wage garnishment, bank levy, or remove a lien?
  5. Can I settle the debt for less then the full balance?

The debt relief attorneys at the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC are experienced in providing lawsuit defense as well as negotiating settlements to reduce the debt. We help people determine the validity of the debt and explore the available resolution options.

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SAMPLE RESULTS WITH RUSHMORE RECOVERIES LLC

Our attorneys fight hard to get great results for our client's. With that being said, each case is unique and results vary. When reading our sample results, keep in mind that the results are not typical and there are many factors that affect the outcome of a negotiation.

  • A client retained our office for assistance with resolving a judgment with Rushmore Recoveries IV, llc. The debt originated with Discover Bank. The client's impetus to resolve the debt was a result of his bank account being restrained by the law firm of Houslanger & Associates. With interest, the judgment balance grew to over $34,000. However, after analyzing the case and conducting several in-depth conversation with opposing counsel, our attorneys were able to achieve a settlement of $2,500. In this case, we were able to reduce the debt by over 90%.

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ABOUT RUSHMORE RECOVERIES

Rushmore Recoveries buys old defaulted debts that have originated with creditors such as Citibank and Discover. These debts might be purchased directly from the creditor, or they may have been purchased after the debt has already been resold through several debt buying companies. For example, Rushmore is sometimes assigned judgments that were obtained by Aquarius Capital LLC.

Rushmore Recoveries is also known under the following entities:

  1. Rushmore Recoveries II, LLC
  2. Rushmore Recoveries III, LLC
  3. Rushmore Recoveries, IV, LLC
  4. Rushmore Recoveries VI, LLC
  5. Rushmore Recoveries VII, LLC
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  8. Rushmore Recoveries X, LLC
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  10. Rushmore Recoveries XII, LLC
  11. Rushmore Recoveries XIV, LLC

Debt Settlement Lawyers

The legal team at the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC is dedicated to consumer protection and helping our client's get out of debt. In addition to defending lawsuits and fighting judgments, our lawyers also sue debt collectors and help negotiate debt settlements. We may be able to help you reduce your debt and obtain a reasonable payment plan.

Trust our law firm to put forth it's vast experience and skills to fight for a fair solution to your matter. Our debt settlement lawyers can help identify your options and build a strategic plan to address your Rushmore Recovery judgment.

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