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Have you been dealing with questionable debt collectors and wondering if you have a case against them? See below for a few cases taken on against Bass and Associates. You will be to find more information online to find out ruling and details about the cases.
Francis and Mailman are experienced with cases just like these and can help you determine whether or not to pursue a lawsuit. There are many laws pertaining to the communication with consumers with you, and we can help you decipher the true meanings of everything.
From now on- be sure to take notes during each contact with the debt collection agencies. Every piece of evidence helps our case against them and in turn could equal money owed to you. Keep in mind, even if the debt collector is found guilty, you still owe the debt outlined by them and the creditors- this is not forgiven.
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Buckley v. Bass & Assoc., 249 F.3d 678 (7th Cir. 2001).
The first letter sent to the consumer was regarding the consumer’s bankruptcy. The letter was not in an attempt to collect a debt, so the verification/dispute requirements did not yet apply.
McFarland v. Bass & Assocs., 1998 WL 42286 (N.D. Ill. Jan. 30, 1998).
Class action developed involving consumers that received a notice regarding their bankruptcy rather than an actual notice attempting to collect the debt. The bankruptcy court never approved this agreement.