|View single post by Wandering Oisin|
|Posted: Sat Mar 31st, 2007 08:06 pm||
|I'm new here, so Christine please be gentle if I'm stepping on any toes here--but I would like to suggest an attorney on the matter...Brian Parker. I am a credit fanatic, and I refer Mr. Parker a fair number of suits each month. Out of the available attorneys in my home state I like him for a few reasons:
1) Rarely (if ever) has he lost a case in FDCPA or FCRA
2) For FDCPA and FCRA cases he does not charge the clients--instead going for the
reasonable attorney fees described in the statute.
3) During my time as a collector, he only took valid cases, and was always
passionate for his clients interests
4) Aside from his good record, and his good intent, it is the way he responds
to hearing about a creditor/collector's errors: he actally gets upset.
I know that a glowing recomendation is subject to through review; but I can say that in this case I had Mr. Parker represent my own mother on a very simmilar complaint with Capital One. It took Mr. Parker three weeks. He does have a website:
It may also be worth a discussion with Mr. Parker; I believe he has won settlements and or cases on incomplete listings...
Good Luck. It seems clear, but defendant's attorneys have a knack of stirring up the setiment.