Educap Sued on a Student Loan?

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Who is Educap Inc?

Educap Inc. is a well known private student loan lender.  Because loans are private, they must sue you to obtain a judgment against you.  The Federal Government by contrast maintains Federal Student Loans and they do not need to sue you in order to collect.

Educap lawsuits should be defended so if you have received a debt collection lawsuit by this company, please contact us at Weston Legal.

What Happens With a Judgment?

Your Bank Account Can Be Frozen and Emptied by Many Judgment Creditors

A Judgment Can Often Cloud Title on Your Homestead Property

A Judgment is Published on your Credit Report as a “Public Record”

With a Judgment, certain property can be sold at auction to pay towards the judgment

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The vast majority of collection lawsuits end up with a judgment against the consumer. This is primarily because the consumer did nothing to protect themselves or they attempted to defend the lawsuit themselves.

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Most of our cases are dismissed by the creditor prior to trial or we reach a favorable settlement for our clients depending on the circumstances of their situation.

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