Blog Posts in October, 2018

  • Reduce Your Navient Student Loan Debt

    || 13-Oct-2018

    If you're overwhelmed by student loans, you may take some solace in knowing that you're not alone. Over $1.5 trillion is owed on U.S education debt, with over a million students defaulting every year. A recent report projects that nearly 40% of student borrowers will default by 2023. With large balances and high interest rates, it's no surprise that many students are unable to repay ...
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  • Help! I'm being sued by Cavalry SPV I llc

    || 7-Oct-2018

    If you've received notice of a lawsuit from Cavalry SPV I llc, you may be geniunly confused as to your rights and what steps to take to protect yourself from a judgment. You might have questions such as: Who is Cavalry SPV I llc and why are they suing me? Is Cavalry SPV I a scam? Do I really owe the amount that they are claiming? What options do I have to fight the lawsuit? Can this debt be ...
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  • Sued by JHPDE Finance 1 llc?

    || 2-Oct-2018

    Being served with a lawsuit can be anxiety provoking. When being sued by a debt buyer, the confusion surrounding the debt can add layers of complexity to the matter. It's important to understand that you have rights. You can dispute the debt, demand evidence, and possibly settle your debt for substantially less then the claim amount. Our Lawyers Fight Debt Collection Lawsuits CLICK HERE FOR A ...
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