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Hudson & Keyse, LLC was a large collection agency that went bankrupt. The main issue many consumers have is that their credit reports show a debt owed to Hudson & Keyse LLC but they have no way of contacting any one at Hudson & Keyse in order to handle the matter.

Dispute Debt Owed to Hudson & Keyse, LLC

You do not have to sit with an unverifiable debt ruining your credit report. If you do not believe that the debt to Hudson & Keyes should be on your credit report, you have the right to dispute it. Be sure to get copies of your credit report from the three large credit reporting bureaus, TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. Each of these agencies uses their own database, so you will need to dispute it with each one that shows the false debt.

If you have tried to dispute the false debt from Hudson & Keyse LLC, and you are not getting any response or help from the credit reporting agencies, you may be able to take legal action.

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Cases Against Hudson & Keyse, LLC

Blevins v. Hudson & Keyse, Inc.
395 F. Supp. 2d 655 (S.D. Ohio 2004). The court held the FDCPA does not violate the Tenth Amendment or the Commerce Clause.

Blevins v. Hudson & Keyse, Inc.
395 F. Supp. 2d 662 (S.D. Ohio 2004). The court held that attorneys are not immune from the FDCPA under state law litigation privilege or attorney immunity clauses.

The Debt Recovery Center
Address   382 Blackbrook Road
City Painsville
State Ohio
Zip Code 44077-1217
Phone 1   800-654-5391
Phone 2 440-354-6978
Fax 440-354-1336

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  1. D elder says:

    Privately owned or closely held company. In 2003, they either “inherited” through a one-time exchange of cash (from Hudson and Keyse) a “parnership” or “affiliation” with Oak Street Mortgage (now bankrupt). Oak Street Mortgage’s D. Scott Clarke is now on H&K’s payroll. The significance can be found in EBSCOHOST (PRwire, DMReview), boasting about a database on “virtually everyone in the United States”. The database, however, is not scrubbed, and it is possible that the transfer of information has led to at least one case where an idtheft victim’s credit subfile was mistakenly pulled, and her name was hyphenated with that of someone else, before suit was filed, and the affiant claimed personal knowledge (they also guessed her gender wrong in the affidavit-she has a gender neutral name)Moreover, there is a high “error” rate–over 10 percent in one state alone. About the bona fide error defense: see Whitaker v Hudson and Keyse

  2. Mike K says:

    I owe a private loan to Hudson and Keyse, LLC. They got the loan from my original lender. I would like to settle my debt but I can not reach H&K. There phone is always busy and there website is no longer active. What should I do. This is a bad mark on my credit report that I am trying to fix. What do I do if I cannot get a hold of the creditor?

  3. Robert Q. says:

    I was very nearly done paying off my debt to Hudson & Keyes. Then they started saying that my Credit Union did not trust the third party company they used to cash customer checks. After two tries from them, I never heard from Hudson & Keyes again, though they still appear as a negative mark on my credit report, including a suit on their behalf when I was only 18. I’ve googled, Binged and talked to lawyers who deal with these sorts of companies, and I have yet to be able to contact them.

  4. Ronald Bardo says:

    I was told by 5/3rd Bank to contact you about my Equity Flex-Line Account, to get Hardship Assistance. I can not get through at the 1-800-654-5391 number. Ishould have done this long ago while everyone was getting bailouts.

    Thank You,
    Please Reply.

  5. Dawna Douglas says:

    i want to know how to get in touch with hudson & keyse to pay my bill

  6. Jason J. says:

    You cannot pay your past due bill with Hudson and Keyse, they are bankrupt (how fitting). Just go to your 3 credit reporting agency websites and dispute the collections they put on your report (put you paid it in full and they are out of business), it will be removed after the 30-45 day waiting period when Hudson and Keyse does not respond.

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