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Our Firm Takes on Bank of America: Why Were Billions of Documents Purged

By Jacobs Legal |

We’re proud to say that our fight against one of the country’s largest banks has now made national news. CNBC has reported on our fight against Bank of America, in a lawsuit that could uncover more bank fraud even now, years after the financial meltdown began. How the Suit Started The first thing to… Read More »

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Bank of America fights contentious court battle over purge of nearly 2 billion bank records

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I am very proud that after years of fighting foreclosure fraud by Bank of America and months of investigation by CNBC.com, they have finally published an in-depth story about my work. “Miami attorney Bruce Jacobs, a former prosecutor, says the bank got rid of loan records that he claims may have contained evidence of fraud…. Read More »

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Stopping Credit Damage Caused by Medical Bills

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If you want to make a statement about the increasing cost of medical services, and how the oppressive prices are affecting consumers, your best bet may be to go to Maryland. The state is currently offering for sale a series of shirts, which provide, in bold, plain language, the names of medical procedures and… Read More »

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Attorney Bruce Jacobs featured on CNBC: Bank of America fights court battle over purge of nearly 2 billion bank records

By Jacobs Legal |

MIAMI – The nation’s second-largest bank is squaring off in a contentious court battle against a Miami real estate attorney who is accusing it of purging 1.88 billion records to conceal alleged fraud. Bank of America, in a court filing, insists the records were copied, returned to the bank and still exist in its… Read More »

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Stopping Annoying Texts and Calls is Getting More Difficult

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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) protects consumers from receiving unwanted and unauthorized texts, faxes, and phone calls. It allows consumers to sue and to obtain damages if callers violate the law. Because the penalties for violators can be expensive, big business and the debt collection industry is always trying to find ways to… Read More »

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Lawsuit Settled by Investors Over Fake Wells Fargo Accounts

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Wells Fargo has settled a class action suit against the bank involving more allegations of fraudulent activity. This one stems from the revelation that bank employees opened up fake accounts or accounts for consumers, which were not authorized by account holders. Scandal Involving Unauthorized Accounts  The scandal, first revealed in 2013, involved Wells Fargo’s… Read More »

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Remembering the Nightmare of the Housing Crisis

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The story of the economic crisis that hit the country in 2007-2008 is often told in terms of legalities and politics. But a recent online article recalls the more in-depth story of a part of the crisis that often did not get enough attention: the human stories; what people lost in the crisis, how… Read More »

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Could Supreme Court Gut Damages in Consumer Cases?

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With a new Supreme Court justice in the process of being nominated, there are new concerns about rulings that may affect consumers. One concern is how the court may in the future deal with what is known as a Spokeo issue, which could gut many important consumer protections. Spokeo and Statutory Damages Spokeo comes… Read More »

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Are You Liable for the Debts of Your Spouse or Future Spouse?

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One of the most frequent questions consumer lawyers get is the extent of liability that a spouse has for the debts that are incurred by the other. Sometimes spouses are worried about being responsible for debts incurred by the other spouse during the marriage, and other times people may ask whether they will become… Read More »

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Dealing with Creditors or Debt Collectors

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Do you get letters from creditors or debt collectors trying to collect old credit card, retail, or medical debts, and wonder “how long do these people have to collect this stuff?” The debts may seem so old you don’t remember even incurring them, and maybe you even thought the debts had disappeared or been… Read More »

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