This process is a very tested and proven procedure. The purpose of such a unique approach is to put an end to the endless barrage of
insult and injury suffered by the American people at the hands of a few debt collectors that violate the constitutional rights of consumers.
On October 19, 2012 while standing in my parking lot & speaking with my colleague, a debt collector I’ll identify as “JIM
HUNTER” called me and asked for a lady by the name of “Hillary”. I informed the gentleman that there was no lady by the name of Hillary at
this number and that he was calling y cell phone and not to call me again. He replied that “she” had given him this number and asked HIM
to call her at this number. He then told me to stop wasting his time and to go and get Hillary for the call. I experienced this sort of
disrespect and lies for about 13 minutes, I told the man that he was a liar because my name is Hillary and I am not a woman and I
definitely never gave him my number.
The conversation then went additional 10 minutes where racial innuendo’s and different violations occurred. I needed a recording but I
was in my parking lot, unable to get to my recording device. The difference between a recorded violation and a violation without a recording
is roughly about three to five thousand dollars. Review the 4 forms of proof below.
1. CLICK HERE TO VIEW 2. MORE_PROOF___1.doc
3.8 MB 3. MORE_PROOF___2.doc
3.5 MB 4. MORE_PROOF___5.doc
The cost for a telephone recording is only $35.00 each. Can you afford not to get proof of what is being said to you?
The collection industry is regulated by the FAIR DEBT COLLECTIONS PRACTICES ACT. This body of
law which determines what is and is not permissible is very important to the American people. The one thing that is paramount is the
following; The FDCPA is a strict liability law, which means that a consumer need not prove actual damages in order to claim statutory
damages of up to $1,000 plus reasonable attorney fees if a debt collector is proven to have violated the FDCPA. The collector may,
however, escape penalty if it shows that the violation (or violations) was unintentional and the result of a "bona fide error" that occurred
despite procedures designed to avoid the error at issue. According to the inflation calculator at the Bureau of Labor Statistics' website,
that same penalty of $1,000 would be the equivalent of $3,505.86 by 2008 standards. Please read further and pay close attention to the
dates. Note the date on the check. On December 4, 2012 I received a settlement check for $1000.00. Not bad for 7 minutes worth of
This service is only an amazing $215.00 We will perform the necessary procedures to get your debt resolved, and we
will accept as final compensation a portion (50%) of your compensating proceeds. Buy now, your matter may be time sensitive.