The firm primarily sues debt collectors for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Examples of cases the firm has brought are for debt collectors:
1. Suing persons who are the victim of identity theft or who otherwise do not owe the debt.
2. Continuing to garnish wages or remove money from a bank account after a consumer files an "Order to Show Cause" in civil court ordering the debt collector to cease collections until there is a hearing on the consumer's request to vacate a judgment.
3. Continuing to maintain a freeze on a bank account, take money from a bank account, or garnish wages after the consumer has an order vacating the judgment.
- Violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. There are many actions by debt collectors that may violate the FDCPA, such as suing or threatening to sue on a time-barred debt, executing on a vacated judgment, obtains a default judgment using a false affidavit of service, or continuing to execute on wages or a bank account after a court has signed an order to show cause.
- Violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Reporting and verifying false information on a credit report. This includes, for example, verification of a judgment that in fact has been vacated. This is not a credit repair agency.
- Debt collectors hounding consumers who are the victim of identity theft, and repeated false statements on credit reports.
- Auto financing fraud.