HELP!! Douglas Burgess..... Law Offices 800-976-0892
Date: Thu, 06/08/2006 10:33
Anyone else having problems with these people still?
Well they wont call me, since I told them their practices are illegal and i wont give money to shady con people. They didnt like that well at all. I have YET to receive any paper work. Unfortunately, they scared us into payment, so they have $900 bucks of our money, but they wont get another dime.
Instead of calling us, they are calling my mother in law. They are threatening prosecution etc for this acct, along with the closing of an acct because they wouldnt prove the paperwork about the acct.
When I called back, they wouldnt let me talk to anyone without giving them my information. After 2 or 3 times they finally gave me an address. Different people answer each time. The guy had the gull to ask me which address I wanted. Why would there be more then one? Seems odd to me.
So I have the address and the 800 number, but can anyone verify from their knowledge what the correct address is. I dont want to send a cease letter with it going to the wrong place. Of course the reverse of the phone number doesnt work.
I have contacted my atty generals office, I have a complaint to fill out. I am contacting the BBB. But what else is there? I want to make the loudest noise about this company.
For those of you here that think we should just pay the debt. I agree I should pay what is owed, and have NO problem with that. But when the company practices illegal ways to collect and threatens me in an illegal manner, I have a problem with that. If I could deal with the orginal creditor and pay the amount, minus what I have paid, no problem. I just dont want to deal with this collection agency any longer.
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