Robo-signing is over. But robo-suing is growing.

Until the USPTO patents are confiscated the business process will continue and remain corrupt. Fines are merely a cost of doing business that ultimately are worn on the back of the consumer – but confiscating the patents might curve the corruption.

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Robo-signing is over. But robo-suing is growing.

A small group of debt collectors are robo-suing people who default on their credit cards. Now, state and federal authorities are cracking down.

Remember the term “robo-signing”? You know: what all the mortgage companies were doing a couple of years ago when they kicked people out of their homes without following the process of law. Did you know that robo-signing is still happening tens of thousands of times every day?,

Most people don’t know. But it is true. This time, it involves buyers of credit-card debt who are robo-suing. Every day, about a dozen of these companies take this procedural shortcut by filing lawsuits to try to use the courts to force people into paying back the debt they’ve defaulted on. These suits have no true legal standing because they violate the most basic principle of theburden of legal proof. That’s…

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  1. Mullins is the judge who blocked our path and also stalked me on at least one other occasion to a store in pike with another guy who had been stalking me for months 226DPH is his tag I saw him that many times. I have a very good picture of them both together doing nothing but staring at me while they were trying to steal from our family in court by proxy of rothfuss it’s a dirty shame what these people are doing and so very illegal we need help.

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