Collins Asset Group, LLC – Another Florida Debt Collector Seeking to Beat The July 1, 2014 Deadline For Old Deficiency Judgments

Posted By on June 13, 2014

I received a call today about another debt collector seeking to beat the July 1, 2014 deadline for collecting on old deficiency judgments –  Collins Asset Group, LLC –  a company located in Austin, Texas. The documents I reviewed were from a 2008 foreclosure lawsuit by IndyMac Bank.  This collection effort is different from the way Dyck O’Neal is handling most of their deficiency collection efforts in that Collins did not file a new lawsuit – Collins Asset Group simply filed a motion for a deficiency judgment in the original foreclosure case. Interesting – especially when I didn’t see any document establishing a connection between IndyMac and Collins Asset Group i.e.  No assignment of Judgment, which is what I usually see in our Dyck O’Neal cases.  Of course, I did check the Florida Office of Financial Regulation website to make sure Collins is a Florida Registered Collection Agency – which they are.  It’s crunch time for these debt collectors, they only have 2 weeks left to legally collect on these old foreclosure judgments.

If You Would Like to Learn More, Read:

Did You Get A Letter From A Debt Collector For A Florida Mortgage Deficiency Related to a Foreclosure Or Short Sale?

Dyck-O’Neal Increases Florida Deficiency Judgment Collection Efforts?: 19 Articles About Florida Deficiency Judgments

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4 Responses to “Collins Asset Group, LLC – Another Florida Debt Collector Seeking to Beat The July 1, 2014 Deadline For Old Deficiency Judgments”

  1. David says:

    Hi, Larry.

    If you have any updates in regards to this specific situation/case, I would be interested to hear more. ….

    Thank you,

    David

  2. Hi David,
    Hi Ralph,
    Sorry if this is frustrating but we cannot answer personal queries in blog post comments, so we ask that you give our office a call (see the toll free number above?) for a chat. (We removed your personal info in the comment for your privacy and protection.)

    Thanks,
    Larry

  3. Wallace Lane says:

    I received a notice of intent to accelerate and
    right to cure from ….

  4. Hi Wallace,
    Sorry if this is frustrating! However, we’re not allowed to answer personal queries in blog post comments, and this seems to be a personal question (maybe?) so we ask that you give our office a call (see the toll free number above?) for a chat about your situation. Your comment has been edited to protect your privacy.
    Thanks,
    Larry

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