I got a message from a Brian Lockhart of All State Litigation saying he was a process server and he was serving me a summons with the sheriff at my job. He said it was about bad checks. I could hear all the other "process servers" in the background calling people. Are they kidding? I moved out ot the state and work from home so I think he will have a tough time with that one. Obviously a big scam. My question is; has anyone else gotten a call?. My reason for this thread is for anyone who does get a call to know enough to ignore this low life slime weasel or any of his friends. .
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