I am not James Lombardo. I came to this website last fall to try to find out who to sign up with debt relief after almost signing with several companies, only to find out how bad they were. At that time, there was a lot of good things said about James Lombardo with the negatives saying that you could never reach him by phone but he was good about getting back to you through the email. The thread I learned about him was one regarding retaining law firms for debt relief and as much as I thought that I had done my research, it wasn't until last Friday that I learned that Mr. Lombardo wasn't an attorney according to the California Bar Association. I always assumed that the power of attorney I had granted him over my special checking account was safe because he was an attorney. WAS I WRONG.
You see, this all started from this website and while I am sure it is getting old for some people on this site, I believe the site has some obligation in helping people getting things resolved in this matter with Debtxpert allias sifxpert, James Lombardo, especially since his forum has been taken off the internet by himself because he could see there was colaboration to get information against him for criminal prosecution.
I have removed the remaining funds in my special account so that they are no longer available and am recommending that all others do the same. There will be more than enough proof that he stole from his clients accounts and diverted the money into his own. That is why I have been trying to get a hold of him since the end of April because I wanted assurances that all of the checks written to him and deposited into his account were being paid to my creditors from his account. He never has replied and the accounts were never paid as far as I can tell. The same is true of many other people and just today I saw where he had actually changed the terms of an agreement from a $5000 to an $8000 payment to a creditor so he could keep the $3000. He is a thief and he will go to jail. In the mean time, I am hoping that this site will at least give us our day in court and allow us to collect information from clients so we can put him behind bars.
Our present email (pardon the similarities) is: - removed per TOS - uncle Wulf -
Please contact us with your stories so we can start processing the information into a portfollio for the Orange County California prosecutor's office or the California Attorney General's Office. Since it is interstate commerce to some degree, we can possibly even get him prosecuted for Federal offences.
Write me if you have any questions and in the mean time, don't question, and just allow us to find all of his clients that he ripped off so we can share the justice when he is put behind bars.
There isn't any liable or slanderous statements being made here.... only the truth and since Mr. Lombardo hasn't bothered to share his thoughts these past 3 months, I would surmise that all of our statements have been quite accurate.
Thanks for letting us air this industries dirty laundry and once again I ask the moderators of this forum to give us a little lattitude. I know you are looking out for the best interest of your readers and your site but as the truth is unfolded, I am sure you will want the victims to be able to hear the truth also. I think that James's forum closing this morning pretty well speaks for our credibility. We predicted it yesterday and it closed today.
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