TEXAS CREDIT SERVICE ORGANIZATION REGISTRATION LAWYER.
Texas Credit Service Organization Registration and compliance Lawyer.
Texas Credit Repair License.
Texas, credit service organizations are governed by Chapter 393 of the Finance
Code and the secretary of state’s administrative rules found in 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 74, as well as
any other applicable state or federal law.
Unless exempt from registration, before conducting business in Texas, a CSO must register with the secretary
of state. The secretary of state is a filing officer for CSO registrations and security and does not have authority
to regulate the business practices of a CSO. The secretary of state cannot resolve disputes about CSO services, investigate
the business practices of a CSO, or determine whether a consumer is entitled to a refund.
The information above is publicly available
and on other sources.
Credit Repair Organizations Act. This Act, Title IV of the Consumer Credit Protection Act, prohibits untrue or misleading
representations and requires certain affirmative disclosures in the offering or sale of “credit repair” services.
The Act bars companies offering credit repair services from demanding advance payment, requires that credit repair contracts
be in writing, and gives consumers certain contract cancellation rights. The Federal Trade Commission is charged
with ensuring compliance with the requirements of the CROA with respect to credit repair organizations pursuant to the Federal
Trade Commission Act. In addition, the chief law enforcement officer of a state or a designated state official or
agency may bring an action to enjoin violations of the CROA, and to recover damages for which the person is liable to state
residents as a result of the violation. The CROA does not annul, alter, affect, or exempt any person from complying
with any state law except to the extent that the law is inconsistent with a provision of the CROA, and then only to the
extent of the inconsistency.
The information above is publicly available here: https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/statutes/credit-repair-organizations-act
and on other sources.
LEGAL SERVICES WE PROVIDE:
Assistance with filing of a CSO Registration Statement with the Texas Secretary of State.
Drafting contracts and documents to comply with the Texas Chapter 393 of the Finance Code and the secretary of state’s administrative rules found in 1 Texas Administrative
Code Chapter 74, Credit Repair Organizations Act, and other applicable Texas and federal laws.
Advice concerning Texas Chapter 393 of the Finance Code and the secretary of state’s administrative
rules found in 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 74, Credit Repair Organizations Act, and other applicable Texas and federal
· Representation of Texas Credit Service Organizations
and credit repair companies in transactional and administrative matters.
Representation in investigations and enforcement actions before the Attorney General, Federal Trade Commission, and
· We do not represent consumers. We only represent Texas Credit Service Organizations and credit
repair companies. (companies operating from Texas or Texas customers)
Not Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization or
the California Board of Legal Specialization
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and should not be taken as legal advice for specific situations which depend on evaluation of precise factual circumstances.
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is not intended to create, and the receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers should
not rely on information provided here-in, and should always seek the advice of competent counsel in the reader’s state.
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attorney, Alan Abergel, who is licensed as an attorney only in the states of Texas and California. The owner of this website
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