I found this book by the Author Richard Luke Cornforth recently and it is filled legal/lawful tools to fight bogus debts. Very few debts, if any at all, are legitimate. The only debts which are, in my opinion are debts where 3 generations of ownership can be traced; right, title, and origin.
Your friend lending you $100 till your next paycheck is a good example; he actually had the funds before hand, and he can trace it back to where he got it form, unlike a lending institution which uses your promise to pay as a deposit of cash and then lends it back to you; a total sham.
My personal view is that a debt collector is just playing a role, and we can play a role with them. Ultimately we are all together in this thats why I added the loving word to the title – we fight them in the role we play but at a greater level it is all meant to help us evolve and grow; cosmic love in a sense.
Warning! – Although this information is very INpowering and can be used to affect great change in your life, one should not engage in these methods with out key knowledge and understanding. Make sure before you go down this line you consider all the options.
The full book is on Scribd or linked below in pdf format for downloading. Here is the introduction by the Author Richard Luke Cornforth and Contents of the book:
“When the legal establishment starts putting on seminars to teach lawyers how to deal with people like me, we know we’re starting to cause the corrupt legal establishment grief.
What follows in Beating Up On Debt Collectors are strategies that put people in a
position to win. Not only can you win using these strategies, you will make lawyers
absolutely miserable. It is time for the predator to become the prey and the prey to
become the predator! As Maximus said before the battle, “Unleash Hell!””
• Responding to the arbitration racket 5-15
• Phone scripts 16
• Disputing the “debt” 17-23
• Pleading against domestication of an arbitration award 25-36
• Moving to dismiss their suit for collection 37-41
• Responding to their answer to your motion to dismiss 42-44
• Answering in their suit for collection and filing a counterclaim 45-47
• Skipping the motion to dismiss and just filing a counterclaim that
overwhelms your prey (notice discovery) 48-56
• Moving for summary judgment against them 57-62
• Responding to a report and recommendation 63-67
• Filing an instanter 68-74
• Responding to a request for production of documents 75-76
• Another rendition of requesting discovery 77-82
• Motion to compel 83-91
• Being deposed 92-98
• Motion for summary judgment 99-102
• Presenting oral argument 102-110
• Motion for default judgment against them 111,113
• Notice and demand 114-116
• Petition for writ of mandamus 117,118
• Dealing with a dishonest referee in the mandamus process 119-122
• Motion to vacate a void judgment 124-135
• Appealing a judgment in foreclosure of a debt 136-165
• Civil Rights complaint after wrongful foreclosure of debt 166-175
• Preliminary injunction for civil rights suit 176,177
• Attacking a void judgment in bankruptcy court 178-180
• Racketeering suit 182