Being sued by Discover?
Discover Financial Services is the third largest credit card brand in the United States. Not only do they have over 50 million Discover Card credit accounts, over the last 20 years they have aggressively entered the personal loan, student loan, and home equity loan markets. Discover also owns the Diner's Club brand, which is quite large in the international market. All of these products have pushed Discover Financial Services to the 6th largest credit processor in the United States.
Discover Bank has substantially increased the amount of lawsuits they file to collect delinquent credit card debt. Discover Financial Services has at least one contracted law firm in every state to handle filing a lawsuit against you on behalf of their Discover card. These lawsuits happen quickly, often occurring after only 4 months of non-payment.
Our attorneys will aggressively defend you against Discover Financial Services and their teams of lawyers and force them to prove their case in court. Discover must have the required documentation to prove their lawsuit and without it they are entitled to NOTHING! We will attack their case every step of the way and make them prove they are legally entitled to collect on the debt. You will find that Discover Financial Services is suddenly much more willing to negotiate once you have an actual attorney by your side. We'll also ensure all the harassment stops immediately, and all contact regarding the debt goes through us. Ultimately, our firm will either force Discover to dismiss their lawsuit, or negotiate a settlement of the original debt for an amount you can actually afford to pay.
If you are facing a lawsuit from Discover Bank here in Texas, don't wait until it's too late. Contact the experienced debt relief attorneys of Johnson & Bryan today for a free evaluation of your case.
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