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Here's a new one to watch out for, especially in Florida, that I reported to Budd Hibbs. Bottom feeders who go for the jugular (judgments). They are in Tampa and represent such esteemed "clients" like lvnv funding llc and CACV/CACH. They love serving papers and trying to force you into "stipulation agreements", then wait till you miss a payment and grab an instant judgment. They won't respond to DV letters. Send a DV letter and they send a summons requesting a pre-trial "mediation", probably hoping you won't show up.




My car was levied yesterday for a credit card I owed. My car was paid off so they went after it, is there anything I can do? I am a single mom, divorced a year ago, now 6 months pregnant, just trying to get on my feet again and my only source of transportation was this car. I just lost my job in December due to my pregnancy.

They tried to garnish my wages and so forth but the judge dismissed that because I was head of household. Do you have any suggestions?

Sub: #41 posted on Sat, 02/13/2010 - 06:30

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These scums lawyers garnish my wages ,after it was paid off they still taking money out of my paid check, When I called them, they said that I own them 1450,000 in interest. In the court paper said the interest was already included it. I took them to court nothing was done. The stupid judge didnt even listen to my argument about the debt been paid off and they are taking extra money out of my account. This is how mess up the US law system is.

Sub: #42 posted on Thu, 02/25/2010 - 23:33

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I 2 have been burdined with this Marcadis & Associates... This is crazy - I had a debt from 2005 & went to court. At that time I was going thru a divorce & scared to have to go there so I signed & stated I would pay $50 a month on a $3,800 total..... 5 years went by of me paying on time & I had to move & missed 2 payments.... Guess what they tried to get $4,100 out of my bank & I had already paid them about $2,800 already & this was even more then the total.... I was never served papers for this nor do I think it's legal.... I hired a lawyer for $500 who stated all he could do was get them to settle for $4,100 & stop the interst (Which I was unaware was accruuing) I was young & thought if you went to court that the total is the total that I was paying off.... Long story short I just got a letter that I had agreed to $4,513 total with $75 a month payments & that is NOT what my lawyer told me. I have a meeting set up to visit this again with my lawyer but he stated this is the best he could do in this situation & that I should have called him 5 years ago when I got this info. WTF How can they do this - by the time I am done paying this (if I do) it will be more the double then what was charged in the first place. Cant I take them to court? What rights do we have? I thought they settle for less then 1/2 not double! This makes me sooooo angry I just dont know what to do at this point. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Sincerly Broke : (

Sub: #43 posted on Wed, 05/12/2010 - 07:59

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I have a few supposed debt collectors calling me saying they're from a law firm..When they called my work I ended up calling one of them back.. they wanted me to make payment on a debt but couldn't tell me where it originated from nor the amount..they said it was a cash advance...Then after i told them to no longer call work the guy did it again which from what i've been reading is illegal for them to do after you have told them not to...I though it was a bit fishy being they couldn't tell me where the debt supposedly originated from..the some how have gotten a hold of my bank account number also.What's your opinion?

Sub: #44 posted on Fri, 06/11/2010 - 00:43

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Here's a new one to watch out for, especially in Florida, that I reported to Budd Hibbs. Bottom feeders who go for the jugular (judgments). They are in Tampa and represent such esteemed "clients" like lvnv funding llc and CACV/CACH. They love serving papers and trying to force you into "stipulation agreements", then wait till you miss a payment and grab an instant judgment. They won't respond to DV letters. Send a DV letter and they send a summons requesting a pre-trial "mediation", probably hoping you won't show up.


So true! They trick you into signing stipulations. And as soon as you miss one payment they garnish your wages or seize your bank acct, in my case!! Watch out, i had to file bankruptcy to avoid them.

Sub: #45 posted on Thu, 07/01/2010 - 12:03

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These are precisely the type of people I want working for me to collect a debt! Aggressive; take no mercy.

Sub: #46 posted on Fri, 07/02/2010 - 11:43

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A new out here in Florida, especially a watch, that I have reported on Budd Hibbs. The bottom feeders (jugular decided to go for). They are in Tampa and such reputable "clients money lvnv LLC and CACV / CACH as" represent. They love to serve papers and you "bet" is trying to force agreements, wait until you miss a payment and get an instant decision. DV will not respond to the letter. Send a DV letter and they a pre-trial "to send summons requesting arbitration, will not show you might expect.

Sub: #47 posted on Sat, 07/03/2010 - 06:01

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Here's a new one to watch out for, especially in Florida, that I reported to Budd Hibbs. Bottom feeders who go for the jugular (judgments). They are in Tampa and represent such esteemed "clients" like lvnv funding llc and CACV/CACH. They love serving papers and trying to force you into "stipulation agreements", then wait till you miss a payment and grab an instant judgment. They won't respond to DV letters. Send a DV letter and they send a summons requesting a pre-trial "mediation", probably hoping you won't show up.

I couldnt agree more i'm dealing with them right now what a bunch of jerks!!!

Sub: #48 posted on Thu, 07/29/2010 - 07:56

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I never received anything from them until I was served with a complaint. I replied and asked for proof of the debt, never heard anything until I was served with a judgement and a court date. They did not come to court, I did, and they told the judge that they would work with me. I sent them a letter asking them for proof of the debt and that I would not communicate unless it was in writing and now I get a Summary of Final Judgement that was supposed to be from the Judge (his name was stamped on it) but I received it from Marcadis, not the court. At the bottom, the Certificate of Service is not completed. Is this for real???

Sub: #49 posted on Sun, 08/22/2010 - 07:54

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Bump up

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