Creditors/Debt Collection

Many in the U.S. are facing a cascade of economic and health-related problems revealed in a new survey by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The...
Hundreds of debt collection lawsuits have been filed since Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster because of COVID-19 in mid-March, including more than 345 suits brought by facilities...
A surge of the lawsuits may swamp consumers who lost their jobs in the pandemic and can’t afford to pay their bills. During the pandemic, banks and other lenders have been giving consumers more time...
Consumer debt hit $14.3 trillion during the first quarter, right as the pandemic began to unfold in the U.S, but the coronavirus will not stop creditors from calling or even filing lawsuits. While...