CFPB Sues Ohio Law Firm Over Debt-Collection Practices

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis, denying the claims, said the suit is a result of "our firm's refusal to be strong-armed into a consent order."

, The National Law Journal

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For the second time this year, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has accused a law firm of using overly aggressive debt collection tactics.

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  • Jim Klimaski

    There are many ethical collection firms, but there are also those who engage in unethical and sometimes illegal conduct creating an unsavory impression of collection firms generally. Go after them CFPB.

  • C

    I‘m so glad the CFPB are going after this firm!!! They are wicked!! I have personal 1st hand experience of this!! WW&A have caused me much health decline and stress!! Their debt collection practices/tactics are unethical, and unlawful...and they have been for a long time!! I hope the CFBP wins this suit!

  • Retired Risk manager

    You don‘t mean to say that attorneys lie are you? ! ? ! I‘m shocked, shocked to find out such conduct may be occurring.

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