Ali Hunter has a good question, “What are attorneys fees for small claims appeal?”
I’ll answer this based on Alabama, since that’s where I practice.
Suing under the FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) when false credit reporting continues even after you disputed it
In this article we’d like to look at this comment from Kevin Davila:
“Can I get punitive damages under the FDCPA against a debt collector?”
One thing that is a headache to deal with is abusive debt collectors.
“Credit reports: The original creditor and debt collector are both on my report – is this legal?”
“Debt collector on your credit report — dispute with the collector or with credit bureau?”
This is a question we received through a comment on our channel, which is a place where we will be answering more questions from. We appreciate the questions that you guys write, and we look forward to answering more of your questions in the future!
“Can I fix my credit reports on my own in Alabama?”
This is a wonderful question that we’re going to answer today.
This is a great question we have been asked, because credit reports are important to our everyday lives. And there are a surprising number of judgments in Alabama that are vacated or done away with. Usually because the defendant was not properly served.
So what do you do if you have a judgment vacated?