If you are facing a bankruptcy, and the debt relief that you received is not enough to cover your medical bills and other bills, you should consider suing the bank or filing a claim with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
If you have a small business and your company has a debt of more than $250,000, you could file a lawsuit against your creditors.
You could also go after the banks and other financial institutions for not properly handling your debts.
If the bank refuses to settle your debts, you can file a claim against them.
The process for filing a case with the Fed is quite simple.
The filing of the case will be based on the Federal bankruptcy law and will have to include a complaint with the complaint form.
You can file the claim in New York State with the New York Attorney General or a New York Superior Court judge.
The filing fee is $150.
The judge can also order the bank to pay you money, if it fails to comply with the settlement.
If your bank is not in compliance with the debt settlement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) can take legal action against the bank.
You will be able to get damages if the bank was negligent, but that can only be for $500.
If the bank is found negligent, it will lose all of its federal funds.