"Killer," as in what big debt-collection companies are doing to destroy countless families. We're all familiar with recent excesses in the mortgage industry. One of the more-shocking examples was the practice of "robo-signing." In order for a lender to file suit against a borrower and foreclose a home, the law requires that the lender sign an affidavit.

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