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Bankruptcy – Dischargeability – Misrepresentations – Fraudulent Intent (access required)

Although the creditor, Western Union, claims that debtor, who managed a door-to-door directs sales business and paid sales representatives through Western Union wire transfers, abused its commercial money transfer account by treating it as a line of credit, with regard to the bulk of the debt on the Western Union account, the creditor has failed ...

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