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Why does wrongful repossession happen?

When an asset gets repossessed, it's stressful enough even if you understand why it's happening. If you don't make your mortgage payments and they start to foreclose on your house, you know why you reached this point, but it still puts incredible pressure on you and your family. You can imagine how much worse this is when you have no idea why they're trying to repossess the asset in the first place.

What laws exist to protect consumers in Minnesota?

There are various consumer laws in place here in Minnesota that aim to protect state residents from companies that look to create monopolies. There is also legislation on the books that protect Minnesotans from falling victim to deceptive business owners. Other laws provide consumers with a clear path for taking legal action against any negligent parties that offer a service or manufacture a product that causes them harm as well.

Feds: The Telephone Consumer Protection Act wasn't violated

Plaintiffs in Illinois, who'd previously filed suit in U.S. district court accusing the owners of a medical marketing company of violating their rights by sending them text messages lost their Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) case last week. A judge ruled that the defendants didn't violate any laws in sending medical marketing texts as they didn't utilize an automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS) to source the numbers that the messages were sent to.

What's being done to minimize wrongful repossessions?

Software and app developers have been hard at work during the past few years developing mobile technology aimed at curbing wrongful repossession (repo) rates of vehicles. One of the standout programs that has emerged from all of their hard work is a mobile platform that allows lenders to relay the latest loan default data to repossession agents.

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