Darakhshandeh v. Equifax Information Services, LLC et al

Defendant: National Credit Corporation and Equifax Information Services, LLC
Plaintiff: Mehdi Darakhshandeh
Case Number: 4:2013cv13081
Filed: July 18, 2013
Court: Michigan Eastern District Court
County: Genesee
Presiding Judge: Mark A. Goldsmith
Referring Judge: David R. Grand
Nature of Suit: Consumer Credit

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Defendant: National Credit Corporation
Represented By: David F. Zuppke
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Defendant: Equifax Information Services, LLC
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Plaintiff: Mehdi Darakhshandeh
Represented By: Travis Shackelford
Represented By: Gary D. Nitzkin
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