credit cards

January 30, 2012

Audit Shows Capital One Bank Illegally Filed $24.7 Million in Claims for Debts Previously Discharged in Bankruptcy

One can understand if a major U.S. credit card company forgets that one of its customers had earlier written off their debt in bankruptcy. But forgetting […]
August 21, 2012

Avoid the “Presumption of Fraud” for Using Credit Cards before Filing Bankruptcy

Using credit card cards when you’re thinking about filing bankruptcy, even to a relatively modest extent, can mean that you will have to pay back the […]
November 6, 2012

Audit Shows Capital One Bank Illegally Filed $24.7 Million in Claims for Debts Previously Discharged in Bankruptcy

One can understand if a major U.S. credit card company forgets that one of its customers had earlier written off their debt in bankruptcy. But forgetting […]
November 8, 2012

What Stops a Creditor from Chasing You After Its Debt Has Been Written Off in Bankruptcy?

Even though it’s illegal for creditors to try to collect on a debt that’s been discharged (legally written off) in bankruptcy, once in a while they […]
November 20, 2012

A Simple Chapter 13 Case

If you have debts that can’t be written off (“discharged”) in a “straight” Chapter 7 case, such as back child support or recent income taxes, Chapter […]