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rachelanders

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Affirmative Litigation group
« on: August 01, 2013 06:08:52 PM »
Has anyone dealt with or heard of Affirmative Litigation Group? They leave messages to call 877-805-6055 and mention subpoenas as a scare tactic. Anyone else getting these calls?

freedy

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Re: Affirmative Litigation group
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2013 06:16:19 PM »
They sound like just another lower than life collection outfit fronting with
the name Litigation in their handle.

Next time they call get a name , address, phone, and fax, send them
the do not contact and ask for everything in writing .

Don't back down from these scum bags .

Clydesmom66

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Re: Affirmative Litigation group
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2013 06:49:11 PM »
Has anyone dealt with or heard of Affirmative Litigation Group? They leave messages to call 877-805-6055 and mention subpoenas as a scare tactic. Anyone else getting these calls?

Read this thread:  http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-877-805-6055

This is the payday loan scam.  DO NOT call them or answer when they do call.  There is NO reason to speak to them.  They are not going to sue you, have you arrested or follow through on any one of their threats.  The goal is to scare you into paying.  Then your name is added to the "<Removed>" list, they wait 3-4 months then call again under another business name with the same threats.

EVERYTHING they say and do is a violation but they use burner disposable cell phones and their mailing address is a mail drop box so that they cannot be traced or sued.  Consumer debt attorneys won't waste the time because even if you could get them served they simply close up shop, relocate, and start over.

If you have the tenacity like I do answer their calls and call their bluff.  I offer to meet them at the jail.  I tell them I am home now and come by to serve me.  This is met with protests that I can avoid all of it by paying.  I decline and inform them I want my day in court.  Then they hang up and add my name to the "won't fall for it" list. 

DO NOT verify any information to them.  Or make up an address.  I am fond of 1313 Mockingbird Lane (the Muensters address) or I argue if they are suing me they should have my address because they cannot file a suit without it.  If they want a social I refuse. 

Bottom line is you have NOTHING to fear from this bottom feeder unless you pay them and give them access to your bank account.
Be VERY careful following advice from the internet! What worked for someone with thousands of posts on a message board may not work for YOU in your state.  Consult a lawyer when ever possible.

kdog

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Re: Affirmative Litigation group
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2013 07:10:54 PM »
I am sure Lily, Herman, Eddie and Marilyn appreciate that.

kevinmanheim

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Re: Affirmative Litigation group
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2013 07:58:19 PM »
I ask these types of callers to hurry up and serve the summons so I will know where to serve my FDCPA counterclaims.

rachelanders

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Re: Affirmative Litigation group
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2013 11:03:33 PM »
Thanks for your responses,  everyone.  You're right: it's just a voice on the phone,  completely powerless.