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Okay help me here, I am considering action against Bennett and Deloney using washington state law.. but I need some info. In order to be successful I need to prove that their primary business is debt collection and that they are not a law firm collecting for clients, In short I need some inside info if possible...



Bennett & DeLoney of Midvale, Utah is a collection agency. Take help and get documentation about their business from the attorney general of the state, DARRELL McGRAW.

A specialist lawyer dealing in fdcpa violations in Utah will also help you with concrete evidences and file charges against the company.

I will collect some more facts about this company and update you.

Sub: #1 posted on Thu, 01/05/2006 - 16:42

david david

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Thanks david any help you can provide will be most appreciated

Sub: #2 posted on Fri, 01/06/2006 - 13:29



Bennett-Deloney is just a collection agency. As I have been doing some searching, I realized that they also collect for retail and grocery stores. The total of the 2 checks came out less than $40, and they were trying to collect over $200. You can find the story if you attempt to google their name, or I can private message you the story.

I will continue to research the company, as I can't find anything on their website, and of course reception won't provide anything.


Sub: #3 posted on Fri, 01/06/2006 - 13:44

Teleport Teleport

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Bennett-Deloney was sued in 2003 for over charging on their collection accounts. Does anyone know how to find out who was the AG of that state in 2003?


Sub: #4 posted on Fri, 01/06/2006 - 13:50

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The list of Attorney generals in a particular state is available in their office. You can also have a look at their official website.

Call the front desk of the attorney general's office for some more information on it. You might also find the info on that particular article where you read about Bennett-Deloney being sued in 2003.

Sub: #5 posted on Fri, 01/06/2006 - 13:58

ben ben

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My boyfriend works for the company and they are a registered, legitimate law firm--look at the list of the Utah Bar Association. And they sue people at client request--which could be at any time!

Sub: #6 posted on Mon, 01/23/2006 - 22:09


Iam an employee at Bennett & Deloney and they are a legitimate Lawfirm and do not break fdcpa and if people would stop and listen they would know that we are not out to get them only try and help them resolve thier problems we cannot allways work with them as they would like however we do try.

Sub: #7 posted on Wed, 02/08/2006 - 22:00


question for the B& D employees, how come when I was dealing with your firm, your collector who by his own admission is not an attorney threatend garnishment, claimed it could be done immediately, then backed down once he was informed that i was aware that suit and a judgement would be required... so then he threatended suit, but when I asked to speak to the attorney (or get his info to have my counsel call him/her) who instructed him to provide such information he suddenly offered a payment plan?

I am aware that you work for a law firm, however, what I am unclear of is whether or not your principal business is debt collection as opposed to litigation? Also Law firm or not you are bound by the fdcpa and I do have documentation both written and audio of violations.. so what say you?

Sub: #8 posted on Thu, 02/09/2006 - 07:55

jj jj
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If this comapny follows the rules why were they sued?
Why are there complaints of them scamming additional funds?

Sub: #9 posted on Thu, 02/09/2006 - 19:33


I have faxed and written asking for proof of this drbt to no avail. This is the fourth "collection" agency to hit me up for varying amounts for this non-existent debt. Firat one to call itself a "Law Office" and "A professional Corporation" however. How do I stop this harrassment???
Thanks for allowing a vent. :evil:

Sub: #10 posted on Sun, 02/12/2006 - 16:14


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