How Creditor Grammar Fraud Can Hurt You | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

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Whether you are a private citizen, business owner or public figure, as some point you will be expected to sign a contract with a creditor. Whether you are looking for a loan, mortgage or credit card, these contracts have an abundance of specific sections that you need to review before signing. Lots of people skip these and simply sign on the line to get what they need. However, this can lead you down a terrible path because creditor grammar fraud exists to hurt you. This type of fraud is designed to trick you into signing a contract you cannot possibly fulfill.

 

The Mathematics of Grammar

The grammar of languages throughout the world is based in math. The mathematical concepts associated with grammar are easy for a professional to detect. The laws which govern language are in place to make sure that you understand everything that is being said. These laws can be manipulated so that you think one thing is being said when, really, the speaker means something totally different.

 

Creditors Use This Against You

This confusion is easy to create and manipulate. Creditors can use this confusion to trick you into signing a contract you do not understand. When common words are used in uncommon ways, it is tempting to just assume a meaning instead of asking for clarification and a rewrite of the contract. This can cause you to not fulfill the terms of your contract, which can result in a lawsuit. This is called creditor grammar fraud because they are intentionally deceiving you into agreeing to something that is purposefully unclear.

Understanding contract grammar as well as creditor grammar fraud can help you steer clear of contracts that will open you up to a lawsuit. Your life and possessions are important and keeping them safe from harm is your duty. A firm specializing in false grammar detection can help you avoid misleading contracts and get you out from under unfounded lawsuits.

 

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