Debt Collector

It Ain’t Difficult to Comply With Texas Debt Collection Laws. Texas Just Refuses to Sanction Rogue Law Firms.

Authorized to collect debts in TX, both the Plaintiff and Counsel have active Surety Bonds filed with the Secretary for the State of Texas.

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CROWN ASSET MANAGEMENT, LLC ASSIGNEE OF CITIBANK N vs. EBERLY, JARED

(Court 234, JUDGE LAUREN REEDER)

NOV 11, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: NOV 11, 2022

The Plaintiff

Authorized to collect debts in Texas, both the Plaintiff and Counsel have active Surety Bonds filed with the Secretary for the State of Texas.

It ain’t that hard, but 10’s of thousands of Plaintiffs and Plaintiff’s counsel are filing debt collection lawsuits in violation of Texas Law – and the judges, lawyers and the State of Texas are turnin’ a blind eye to this corrupt practice which has plagued Texas courts for decades.

p.s. LIT ain’t excusin’ the lack of exhibits attached to the complaint. That’s inexcusable.

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It Ain’t Difficult to Comply With Texas Debt Collection Laws. Texas Just Refuses to Sanction Rogue Law Firms.
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