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FDCPA – Your Consumer Bill of Rights

Debt collection phone calls…this is one of the top reasons people file for bankruptcy – so that they can avoid having to deal with debt collectors and all the garbage that goes with it. The thing is, you shouldn’t have to...more

Stop Allowing Creditors to Have Power Over You

I almost have my car paid off and last night I called into the bank to get some information on the payoff. I went through the normal hoops of providing them with account information and the last four digits of my social...more

Bankruptcy Sales of Personally Identifiable Information: Does it Satisfy the Privacy Policy?

Companies that are looking to sell, transfer or buy personally identifiable information (“PII”) via bankruptcy asset sales would be wise to confirm that such a transfer is consistent with the debtor’s privacy policy. If it...more

Advertising Law - August 2014 #3

FTC: Telemarketing Sales Rule Ripe For Review - It’s time to review the Telemarketing Sales Rule, the Federal Trade Commission has announced. Enacted in 1995, the Telemarketing Sales Rule (the Rule) has been...more

Will I be able to keep all of my assets if I file for chapter 7 bankruptcy? (Part 2)

If you are contemplating bankruptcy and want to know how you keep assets, or are concerned about keeping a particular asset dear to you, this blog post is worth the read! Contact: George E. Bourguignon, Jr. Phone: (508)...more

Is Your New Friend on Facebook Really a Debt Collector?

In this article I discuss a disturbing new trend of debt collectors using platforms such as Facebook to harass people over unpaid debts....more

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