Justice denied as debt seizures soar

  • Article by: CHRIS SERRES and GLENN HOWATT , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: March 24, 2011 - 5:32 PM

Minnesotans struggling with debt have their bank accounts and pay seized with no judicial oversight.

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NewslinksSep. 1, 10 8:31 AM

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bjornmmccSep. 1, 10 8:33 AM

So how does that help the guy whose identity was stolen, like this Tran fellow?

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liqid8Sep. 1, 10 8:38 AM

This in humane...bullies.

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minndonnSep. 1, 10 8:40 AM

Sounds like we should limit accounts in the bank. The interest rate is so low its not worth it anyway.

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clowns125Sep. 1, 10 8:41 AM

Businesses are always right and regulation is always wrong. That's what I heard.

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mimalmoSep. 1, 10 8:42 AM

Maybe the incoming politicians can actually get something done that would benefit the common person?

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thesealSep. 1, 10 8:43 AM

The banks and their co-conspirators the collection agencies, rob their customers.

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gregyeeSep. 1, 10 8:45 AM

Why is Minnesota so stupid? We cant even figure out how to make debt collectors follow normal and legal process before collecting. This would appear to be a pretty simple thing for legislators to figure out and not have the courts bogged down with this.

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sigralSep. 1, 10 8:47 AM

Shame on our state. Were better than this.

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merks1Sep. 1, 10 8:47 AM

messerli & kramer are a constant source of the problem and have been reprimanded by the state yet they keep up there tactics. These law firm acts are more heinous then the mob!

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