Judgment Acquisitions Unlimited Compliment - Response and apology to complaint

Review by andy.metcalf35 on 2011-10-20
AVON, MASSACHUSETTS -- Collection agency's official stance is that they apologize for their contractors actions and have taken full responsibility for them. The Constable in question has an active criminal investigation open in Precinct/Ward 13 in Boston in attempt to recover the money. Last update is that he skipped to North Carolina. Long story short...apparently the constable seized property(car/truck), debtor paid the constable (amount still in question), constable returned property (car/truck), constable reported it as paid to collection agency, collection agency reported as paid to the court, constable skipped town with client money, Collection agency filed criminal complaint against constable, client filed a small claims complaint against collection agency, collection agency took responsibility for constable actions and paid client. Client alters the banking instrument (check) and then cashes it. Client proceeds to file a new small claims complaint claiming they want more money. Collection agency is still appealing the magistrate findings and exploring harassment and defamation actions against client.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-10-21
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-10-20:
I don't mean to be rude, but I don't have a clue what you are talking about.
Posted by Starlord on 2011-10-20:
I do understand. Instead of civil court for what was done, both the client and the constable should face felony charges, both for Grand Theft. No one is going to steal and then take off for a piddling amount, so it must be high enough a value to qualify for the felony charge. The client committed Theft by altering the check, which could also be charged as Fraud.
Posted by Buddy01 on 2011-10-21:
The client was ripped off and got their money back and then turns around and tries to rip off the agency? Some people....
Posted by Starlord on 2011-10-21:
As we say often, Some people's kids.

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