When a woman purchased a car for herself from a buy here/pay here lot, she was met with nothing but trouble. First, she had to fix the transmission multiple times. When the car then completely broke down on her,, she could no longer afford the payments and needed some way to get around. As such, the woman reached out to the lot she bought it from and explained that the car was sitting in her driveway, and she hoped they could work out a deal. She unfortunately never got a response from the location where she purchased the car.
The car lot eventually sold the woman’s remaining amount owed on the car to a debt buyer, who in turn hired an attorney to further handle the situation. The woman was sued for around $8,000 – which is what she owed on the car that had allegedly been repossessed (but in reality was still sitting in her driveway). Worried she couldn’t afford this sum, she reached out to the Cleveland debt relief attorneys at Cleveland Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Cleveland Bankruptcy Attorneys immediately got to work on the client’s case. He sued the lawyer and law firm that took action against his client, in addition to suing the debt buyer for their behavior. Cleveland Bankruptcy Attorneys’ work paid off, and not only was the debt on the car wiped out, but the client had her attorney fees paid for, and received a settlement.
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