Don’t Pay Your Credit Card Bill, Yet!
Lawyers do not like David Grossack. Though the Massachusetts attorney has enjoyed a successful litigation career spanning over three decades, few of his peers have supported Grossack’s work. However, the legal community cannot be blamed for its lack of affability, at least in this case. Grossack, to be fair, is trying to give their jobs away, and he’s attempting to outsource the positions to you.
“Consumers have the right to represent themselves in court, and it is not unknown for unrepresented parties to make new law,” said the pro-se guru, author and founder of the Citizens Justice Association, a nonprofit organization that educates members in self-legal representation and effective public advocacy. Earlier this year, David announced the public release of his latest book, Resisting Usury: The Plasticators’ Workbook. The work outlines effective strategies for pro-se litigation in disputes with credit card companies and educates readers on how to work within the law to ease their own financial distress.
“The Plasticators’ Workbook will help consumers challenge credit card collection companies, debt buyers and collection lawyers who often harass them,” said the author. “Readers will be empowered with the knowledge of how to use the legal system to successfully fight back against the overreaching practices of the credit card companies.” While at the New England School of Law, Grossack developed an interest in both pro-se litigation and the rampant injustice present in what he calls the “predatory nature of credit card interest rates.” Upon entering private practice, the former Massachusetts Lawyer’s Weekly and Boston Herald “Lawyer of the Year” began exploring methods to help those overwhelmed by debt and at the mercy of the collection companies.
Attorney Grossack’s book stems from a personal philosophy evidenced in his courtroom battle strategy. He cites legal opinions that objectively denounce the high interest rates of credit card companies and has even included Biblical references morally condemning usury in some of his pleadings. In addition, he understands that those in deep credit debt are usually not able to afford a lawyer. For $34.95, readers will find sample pleadings, legal arguments and tested courtroom strategies in The Plasticators’ Workbook, which draws from a career in which Attorney Grossack has advised hundreds of individuals on resisting millions of dollars of credit card collection. The book’s methods are specifically designed to thwart the efforts of collectors and their litigation teams.
With Attorney Grossack’s help, you will be empowered to combat credit card industry abuses, which are wreaking havoc on the U.S. economy and threatening the financial survival of the nation’s families. Order your copy and secure legal counsel for your case…You.