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Payday Loan Debt Relief Just Got Harder For Consumers

By | February 8th, 2019|Payday Loan Debt Help|

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is supposed to be protecting consumers.  Instead, they just made payday loan debt relief harder and more unfair for consumers.  The majority of payday loan borrowers are low income, live paycheck to paycheck, and often use the payday loans to pay for basic living expenses.  These consumers need to be [...]

Sued by Weltman, Weinberg & Reis? Here’s What to Do

By | August 31st, 2018|Debt Lawsuits|

If you are being sued by Weltman, Weinberg & Reis, then I suggest you take immediate action or else you could face possible debt collection harassment that results in garnished wages, bank levies and/or property liens.  If you are facing a Weltman, Weinberg and Reis lawsuit, then a debt settlement could be the best option [...]

Sued By CACH LLC, What Should You Do?

By | August 22nd, 2018|Debt Lawsuits|

Have you been sued by CACH LLC?  Find out how to negotiate a settlement agreement with CACH LLC and get rid of your debt lawsuit.  Contact the Gamez Law Firm to speak with a debt lawsuit attorney in a free consultation.  We have successful experience settling debt with CACH LLC.   For instance, our client took [...]

Stop Robocalls For Student Loans

By | August 8th, 2018|Student Loan Debt Help|

If you want to stop robocalls for student loans, you are not alone.   There is over $1.48 trillion in U.S student loan debt and over 11% of that accounts for people who are in default (haven’t made a payment in over 90 days).  Once your student loan is in default, the robocalls from debt collectors [...]

How to Get Out of Paying Credit Card Debt

By | July 19th, 2018|Credit Card Debt Help|

I am often asked about how to get out of paying credit card debt.   The fact of the matter is, you cannot get out of paying credit card debt altogether, but you can take steps to greatly reduce the total amount of credit card debt you owe with a credit card debt settlement.  I will [...]

How to Win a National Collegiate Trust Lawsuit

By | July 17th, 2018|Debt Lawsuits, Student Loan Debt Help|

If you have been sued by National Collegiate Trust (NCT) and do not respond to the lawsuit, then there is a good chance a default judgment will be filed against you.  Meaning you lose before you even have a chance to fight.  A default judgement can result in wage garnishment, bank levies and a lien [...]

How to Avoid Student Loan Scams

By | July 11th, 2018|Debt Relief Scams, Student Loan Debt Help|

If someone promises that they can eliminate student loan debt, it’s a scam.  With Americans owing over $1.48 trillion in student loans, it’s important to know how to avoid student loan scams.   Don’t fall victim to student loan forgiveness scams from debt relief companies. Learn what to watch out for and what are your legitimate [...]

Asinine State Laws Remove Professional Licenses from Student Loan Borrowers in Default

By | June 26th, 2018|Student Loan Debt Help|

Forbes recently published the article “Nonsensical State Laws Yank Licenses From Student Loan Defaulters”. It brings to light that in 18 states, student loan borrowers who default on their federal student loans risk having their professional licenses revoked. These laws were enacted under pressure from the Department of Education to get default rates under control.  [...]

Why Hire a National Collegiate Student Loan Trust Defense Lawyer?

By | June 19th, 2018|Debt Lawsuits, Student Loan Debt Help|

A National Collegiate Student Loan lawsuit is serious and can result in a default judgement against you if the lawsuit is ignored.  With the proper representation, you can successfully defend a National Collegiate Student Loan lawsuit.   Here is just one example of the reasons to hire a National Collegiate Student Loan Trust defense lawyer.  Our [...]

Who Is National Collegiate Student Loan Trust?

By | June 12th, 2018|Debt Lawsuits, Student Loan Debt Help|

Who is National Collegiate Student Loan Trust?  They are an entity that buy trust pools of private student loan debt from lenders such as Chase Bank, Discover, Bank One and many, many more.  If you have been sued by them, then you need to take immediate action to defend a National Collegiate Student Loan Trust [...]