Facing a Debt Collection Case?
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Are you facing a debt collection case and you have no idea who the debt collection company is?

Junk debt buyer companies buy bad debts, usually for pennies on the dollar. Their business model is based on trying to collect the full amount from the consumer, which results in a high profit margin for them. Likely, you are unfamiliar with and have no relationship to these companies. Some of junk debt buyers we frequently come across include: 

  • Midland Funding, LLC
  • Midland Credit Management, Inc
  • LVNV Funding, LLC 
  • Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC
  • Jefferson Capital Systems, Inc
  • Crown Asset Management, LLC
  • Unifund CCR, LLC 
  • Cavalry SPV, LLC 
  • Razor Capital, LLC 
  • Asset Acceptance, LLC 
  • Absolute Resolutions Investment, LLC

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Junk debt buyer companies buy bad debts, usually for pennies on the dollar.
Peterson Legal can help you beat the debt collectors

We can help you beat the debt collectors

If you’ve had contact from any of these companies, you may have quickly realized that junk debt buyers and their attorneys make it difficult to obtain information about your alleged debt

As far as they’re concerned, it’s a one-way street: they expect you to share your private, personal details but won’t tell you anything in return. Instead, they simply demand payment for the balance-in-full, without explaining how they arrived at that amount. For many consumers, this situation feels unwinnable.

We are on your side and can help you gain a better understanding of your rights. Peterson Legal has helped dozens of clients defend themselves against claims by these creditors and they have a 100% success rate in getting these lawsuits eventually dismissed.

Don’t wait, contact Peterson Legal for help today! Call now (612) 367-6568

Written by Diane Nelson

June 30, 2021

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