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Debt Collection Company **sued** - U. S.

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http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=171403

You're not going to believe this...

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Tom Corbett today announced that a consumer protection lawsuit has been filed against an Erie debt collection company accused of using deceptive tactics to mislead, confuse or coerce consumers - including the use of bogus "hearings" allegedly held in a company office that was decorated to look like a courtroom.

"This is an unconscionable attempt to use fake court proceedings to deceive, mislead or frighten consumers into making payments or surrendering valuables to Unicredit without following lawful procedures for debt collection," Corbett said. "Consumers also allegedly received dubious 'hearing notices' and letters - often hand-delivered by individuals who appear to be Sheriff Deputies - which implied they would be taken into custody by the Sheriff if they failed to appear at the phony court for 'hearings' or 'depositions'."

Sued?

SUED?

Isn't impersonating an officer a crime?

How about impersonating a member of the judiciary?

Corporations pull something like this and get sued. Your I do it, we get arrested and tossed in jail.

How long before you decide that the law no longer matters, since at worst a company that pulls something like this - just like the ones in Florida breaking into homes - simply get "sued"?

Unbelievable, the rule of law it seems only applies to the little people.

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Unbelievable, the rule of law it seems only applies to the little people.

It's dodgy and underhand I agree. But not knowing the full truth perhaps they did not impresonate officers of the law. Those officials you see outside London tube stations near Canary Wharf are not official police either but they have uniforms and even badges that make them look darned similar and their behaviour is pretty darned close. And they are allowed.

Saw that months ago. Maybe on here.

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It's dodgy and underhand I agree. But not knowing the full truth perhaps they did not impresonate officers of the law. Those officials you see outside London tube stations near Canary Wharf are not official police either but they have uniforms and even badges that make them look darned similar and their behaviour is pretty darned close. And they are allowed.

Saw that months ago. Maybe on here.

More than dodgy and underhand, if this was the mechanism used to foreclose on householders when the bank couldn't produce the right documents, and "recovered" them anew.

Foreclosure Mills: Wall Street's Latest Fraud Scheme

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