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  • HOW TO DEFEND AGAINST EZ-PASS DEBT COLLECTION AND LAWSUITS
    HOW TO DEFEND AGAINST EZ-PASS DEBT COLLECTION AND LAWSUITS

    EZ-Pass debt is one of the largest growing problems that we have seen in the metro area over the last few years. The MTA and Port Authority have significantly increased their collection efforts on ...

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  • DEFENDING AGAINST A SOFI STUDENT LOAN LAWSUIT
    DEFENDING AGAINST A SOFI STUDENT LOAN LAWSUIT

    SOFI is one of the new private student loan lenders that originally began as a company that refinanced federal and private student loans for “highly qualified” students. Now they have turned into a ...

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  • DEFENDING AGAINST STEPHEN EINSTEIN DEBT COLLECTION
    DEFENDING AGAINST STEPHEN EINSTEIN DEBT COLLECTION

    Stephen Einstein is one of the largest debt collection law firms in New York. They represent a variety of original creditors but often represent debt-buyers in pursuit of collection, litigation and ...

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  • HOW TO DEFEND AGAINST FORSTER AND GARBUS
    HOW TO DEFEND AGAINST FORSTER AND GARBUS

    Forster and Garbus is one of the largest debt collection law firms in New York. They also handle a substantial amount of debt collection enforcement in New Jersey under the name Forster Garbus and ...

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  • NAVIENT PRIVATE STUDENT LOAN LAWSUITS AND JUDGMENTS
    NAVIENT PRIVATE STUDENT LOAN LAWSUITS AND JUDGMENTS

    Navient is probably the largest private student loan lender in the country. Navient is a spin-off or sister company of Sallie Mae who formerly handled all of their private student loans and still has ...

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  • CACH LLC DEFAULT JUDGMENT JUDGMENT VACATED AND DISMISSED
    CACH LLC DEFAULT JUDGMENT JUDGMENT VACATED AND DISMISSED

    We were recently retained to help with a default judgment obtained against our client in 2009 by CACH LLC, a debt-buyer. Our client only learned of the judgment when he was served with a wage ...

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