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Hi All,

 

Just wanted to post this for any of those who might have disputed an Advanta Credit Card account with Experian. I had this exact problem with Experian. Just received a notice in the mail that Experian is being sued for identifying Advanta as the provider of information on Advanta Bank Card accounts. Advanta Bank was taken over by the FDIC, and its portfolio of credit card accounts were sold to Cardworks Services. In typical Experian fashion they continued to verify that Advanta Bank was verifying the account data, even after they were taken over and closed down by the FDIC. It was actually this company Cardworks Services, that was verifying the data. Luckily Michael Dreher has brought a class action against Experian. If you think you are eligible you should join the class. Website is www.advanta-experian.com you can email them at AdvantaExperian@clalegal.com. Or PM me I can email you a copy of the letter.

 

I know people are going to say your only going to get a couple dollars, and that is fine. Hopefully Experian gets hit big time, and realizes it is cheaper to follow the law than pay these fines.

 

Good Luck! Tommy

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Hi All,

 

Just wanted to post this for any of those who might have disputed an Advanta Credit Card account with Experian. I had this exact problem with Experian. Just received a notice in the mail that Experian is being sued for identifying Advanta as the provider of information on Advanta Bank Card accounts. Advanta Bank was taken over by the FDIC, and its portfolio of credit card accounts were sold to Cardworks Services. In typical Experian fashion they continued to verify that Advanta Bank was verifying the account data, even after they were taken over and closed down by the FDIC. It was actually this company Cardworks Services, that was verifying the data. Luckily Michael Dreher has brought a class action against Experian. If you think you are eligible you should join the class. Website is www.advanta-experian.com you can email them at AdvantaExperian@clalegal.com. Or PM me I can email you a copy of the letter.

 

I know people are going to say your only going to get a couple dollars, and that is fine. Hopefully Experian gets hit big time, and realizes it is cheaper to follow the law than pay these fines.

 

Good Luck! Tommy

 

Not a few dollars. They are asking for between $100 and $1,000 per individual.

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The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

 

It's called working hard, going to school, applying oneself and developing marketable skills.

 

You could pursue that avenue, or you could just hate everyone who makes decent money. It's really up to you.

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

 

It's called working hard, going to school, applying oneself and developing marketable skills.

 

You could pursue that avenue, or you could just hate everyone who makes decent money. It's really up to you.

 

No, it's NOT always "working hard". The problem is when the "laws" supersede common sense.

I spilt hot coffee on my lap...pay me seven figure$ cuz I'm an salamander? Add disclaimers to the cup? Ban coffee sales at drive-thrus?

Common sense isn't so common

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

 

It's called working hard, going to school, applying oneself and developing marketable skills.

 

You could pursue that avenue, or you could just hate everyone who makes decent money. It's really up to you.

 

No, it's NOT always "working hard". The problem is when the "laws" supersede common sense.

I spilt hot coffee on my lap...pay me seven figure$ cuz I'm an salamander? Add disclaimers to the cup? Ban coffee sales at drive-thrus?

Common sense isn't so common

 

 

I didn't say anything about common sense. My comments were about finding a lucrative career and spending the time and effort necessary to secure one.

 

You are welcome to envy others instead; it's a free country.

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

 

It's called working hard, going to school, applying oneself and developing marketable skills.

 

You could pursue that avenue, or you could just hate everyone who makes decent money. It's really up to you.

 

No, it's NOT always "working hard". The problem is when the "laws" supersede common sense.

I spilt hot coffee on my lap...pay me seven figure$ cuz I'm an salamander? Add disclaimers to the cup? Ban coffee sales at drive-thrus?

Common sense isn't so common

 

 

I didn't say anything about common sense. My comments were about finding a lucrative career and spending the time and effort necessary to secure one.

 

You are welcome to envy others instead; it's a free country.

 

Uhhh, you made my point but, ...never mind

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

 

It's called working hard, going to school, applying oneself and developing marketable skills.

 

You could pursue that avenue, or you could just hate everyone who makes decent money. It's really up to you.

 

No, it's NOT always "working hard". The problem is when the "laws" supersede common sense.

I spilt hot coffee on my lap...pay me seven figure$ cuz I'm an salamander? Add disclaimers to the cup? Ban coffee sales at drive-thrus?

Common sense isn't so common

 

 

I didn't say anything about common sense. My comments were about finding a lucrative career and spending the time and effort necessary to secure one.

 

You are welcome to envy others instead; it's a free country.

 

Uhhh, you made my point but, ...never mind

 

 

Yes, we're on the same page. You're in the "envy" column of my spreadsheet.

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1000

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

And you won't see me recommending that either.

 

As for the attorneys... who is it you think they're stealing from? Their clients agreed to the terms upon hiring them.

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classactionrebates.com......sign up for any of them that do not require proof of purchase

 

The ones that don't require proof still require a statement that one is a member of the class. If you aren't that's fraud on the court. It also dilutes the settlement by distributing it to peeps that weren't harmed. It's a form of theft.

 

+1

 

look at the percentage of settlements that attorneys get and tell me again who is committing a form of theft?....ms is theft by deceit...

 

 

It's called working hard, going to school, applying oneself and developing marketable skills.

 

You could pursue that avenue, or you could just hate everyone who makes decent money. It's really up to you.

 

No, it's NOT always "working hard". The problem is when the "laws" supersede common sense.

I spilt hot coffee on my lap...pay me seven figure$ cuz I'm an salamander? Add disclaimers to the cup? Ban coffee sales at drive-thrus?

Common sense isn't so common

 

 

I didn't say anything about common sense. My comments were about finding a lucrative career and spending the time and effort necessary to secure one.

 

You are welcome to envy others instead; it's a free country.

 

Uhhh, you made my point but, ...never mind

 

 

Yes, we're on the same page. You're in the "envy" column of my spreadsheet.

 

Yeah...riiiiight

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