The Fullman Firm - Apr 01, 2012
In the first three months of 2012 our little firm has obtained vacation (reversal) of nine default judgments based on lack of notice. Many of these nine clients had been suffering from wage garnishments and bank levies, which were stopped due to our efforts. I spoke to four more victims of this practice yesterday. We are only one law firm. For every one person we help there must be a dozen who seek help from other firms and a hundred more who don’t seek help and suffer from wage garnishments and bank levies, or pay unreasonable settlements under threat of these collection practices.
Now let’s take a moment to cover how this whole “service of process” system works. I am repeatedly asked during our free consult calls whether the dishonest process server falsified the caller’s signature in order to accomplish the fraud. The answer is “no”, because THE PROCESS SERVER IS NOT REQUIRED TO GET YOUR SIGNATURE ON ANYTHING. Let’s meet the cast of characters in this little vignette.
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Dishonest Process Servers: A Mass Problem We Solve One Client At A Time