Debt Collector Accuses Lexington Law of Destroying Evidence in Lawsuit on Credit Dispute Letters

insideARM has been following the lawsuit filed by Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc. against Lexington Law alleging the firm is engaged in “in a fraudulent credit-repair scheme designed to bombard debt collectors with false credit dispute letters with the intention of deceiving debt collectors…and frustrating their efforts to collect legitimate debts.” There have been some developments related to discovery in this case that are worth noting.

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As a brief recap, Ad Astra filed this suit in June 2018. Back in April of this year, the court compelled Lexington Law to produce communications from its clients that resulted in the generation of the credit dispute letters that were to be sent to Ad Astra under the consumer’s signature. The court ultimately found that these communications were not protected by the attorney-client privilege.

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