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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

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b. beardsley

Does this apply to a company that becomes part of 17 other companies so that you can be sued over and over and there is apparently no record of the payments made to the original company? One of the other companies goes to court and tells the court you have been served but you have not been served. So, you do not know that you are not in debt to the company you never heard of. The debt paid on had a small balance but now the debt is three times the original debt because the unknown company that now holds the debt is claiming that you never paid anything.

Kim

Now how about parts 2, 3, 4 etc. where they actually get a judgment against the "debtor" without serving him or her, freeze their bank account and then get the money out before the "debtor" has ever heard of them or of the alleged debt they owe-then the video of the debtor going to court to attempt to get the judge to throw out the judgment to be told that they have to pay the money because he or she has no proof the account is not his or hers...

Tell me how do you prove a negative? How do you prove you did NOT have an account with a bank or some other company?

Any why can't I go into court with a falsified printout like they do, without even having accurate information about them on the printout and claim that the debt collection company owes ME money?

Brian

Thanks, Jeff. This is great.

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