• filter:

Equifax Small Claims

  • Page :
  • 1
  • Text Only
  • Search this Topic »
Voting History
rated:
Using online bots or form generating software. A bot cannot help you sue Equifax. There is more involved. (1) The popular bot people are talking about now that claims $15,000.00 is (1)  using an agent that has surrendered and the entity is incorrect, (2) the dollar amount of $15,000 is also wrong for the State of California, and (3) the owner/founder of specializes in parking ticket, not small claims. Every state has its own statutes, procedures and dollar amount you can sue for. It is not that simple. The case must be prepared, filed and served correctly to advocate quick settlement or judgment in court. Use courtlinked.com; their paralegals are experts per state and can help you correctly file and serve your case correctly under $75.00 nationwide (fee is also added to your case & recovered). Remember, each state has its own procedures. Do not utilize any bot to create a lawsuit you want to win. You want a paralegal to draft the complaint correctly, list statutes, serve them correctly and this will encourage fast settlement or a judgment in court. www.courtlinked.com.   

Also, do not use any company that is wiling to pay your court fees for a percentage. There is a company that is taking 30% to pay your small claims filing fees. Small claims filing fees are very affordable. They range from $15 (NY) to $185 tops. The most expensive state for small claims is Florida and Illinois ($190-$300). These court fees are also returned back to you once you win your case. Also, if the defendant (Equifax) settles the case before the hearing, you still have to pay them 30% of your winnings.

Talk to an attorney in your state for more information if you need legal advice or visit www.courtlinked.com and review their small claims section. They have  great law library online providing need-to-know information per state statutes and have processed thousands of cases against Equifax, Transunion, and Experian for violation of FCRA, professional negligence, etc.
 

Moderator Comment: Thank you for participating in the forums. However, this topic has been covered in a recent post Here. — Sep. 17, 2017 @ 1:54pm
Member Summary
Staff Summary



Disclaimer: By providing links to other sites, FatWallet.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available at these sites, nor does a link indicate any association with or endorsement by the linked site to FatWallet.com.

Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. Join for free to remove this ad.

While FatWallet makes every effort to post correct information, offers are subject to change without notice.
Some exclusions may apply based upon merchant policies.
© 1999-2017