It seems Capital One is having trouble letting go of discharged debt. And it’s not in just a few isolated instances. Earlier this year, a court-appointed auditor documented thousands of bogus claims seeking money previously erased by bankruptcy. Capital One stated in an earlier filing that the claims are “neither willful nor intentional” but considering they write off billions in uncollectible debt each year, it’s no wonder they invest heavily into debt collection. Collecting debts between the time when the bankruptcy proceeding is filed and when it is completed is very lucrative.
Are you troubled by threatening calls, mail and law suits from creditors? Is your home facing foreclosure or your car likely to be repossessed? Are your wages being garnished? It’s not worth losing sleep over legal matters. You need a reliable Kansas City bankruptcy attorney who can provide immediate relief. The Sader Law Firm has more than 30 years of combined experience in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 11 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
The Sader Law Firm can help provide you with financial freedom. Contact an attorney at The Sader Law Firm today for a free consultation at (816) 281-6349 to find out whether you qualify for bankruptcy and to learn more about your options. Hurry, our $99 sale ends soon!