They POSE as FAKE OFFICERS & come to your house with a summons & harass & threaten family members
Date: Fri, 12/13/2013 11:51
PRESSLER & PRESSLER. Came to my house & till this day keep harassing me, regarding a debt they claim I owe but now look at how professional these people are. The wouldn't tell me exactly who I owe. I don't know how this is allowed but they withdrew the so called debt from my husbands checking account ($230.00). On top of this they pose as officers they come to your house in regular cars & clothes & say they work for the county sheriffs office & they have repeatedly gone & still do, even though this debt is paid, they go to my house while I'm working, scaring whoever opens the door with their stupid tactics & harass the tenants telling them that they has to pay the debt from her rent ( I never heard of that) or harass my other family members by saying that they will take the house from them or take them to jail for lieing about my where-abouts. Seriously, are these people that desperate for their commission, what a bunch of losers. I have proof that this was paid & they are still bothering me about this money.
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