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dominion law associates - anyone have any information on dominion law associates?



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Sub: dominion law associates - anyone have any information on dominion law associates?
Thu, 15/11/2012 07:50

I just received a first letter from them today in the mail saying they have been retained for Midland funding llc for possible suit, I have no idea what this debt is possibly for. I'm going to send off a DV first thing tomorrow and see if I can get some information on what this could possibly be for. The only thing it states is that an attorney from their office has not had the chance to look over my particular file yet and of course telling me I need to pay the amount of 524.08 or they will have no choice but to proceed with legal actions. I really don't have any idea what this could possibly be for and I'm not showing Midland even on my credit report. Just wondered if anyone has heard of this law office and if they have any complaints against them or anything.


Thanks in advance for any advice,
Johnita



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Sub: #1 Dominion Law AssociatesMon, 01/07/2013 - 17:13



This company is a debt collection company as well as a law firm.  They can and will take you to court to obtain judgment as well garnish your wages/and or bank account.  Ask for validation, then if validated make payment arrangements or offer a settlement amount, they are usually quick to take them.



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Sub: #2 Always go to courtThu, 11/15/2012 - 07:50



I was served a warrant in debt from DL. I went to court and denied the claim. Not another defendant in the other cases showed up to deny the claim and had a judgement rendered against them.

I requested a Bill of particulars and filed my Grounds of Defense. I went to trial and DL non suited me. The bottom line is GO TO COURT. Deny THE CLAIM. It will at least give you some bargaining chips with DL. If you don't show up then they WILL get a judgment against you and WILL garnish your wages. I know it is a scary thing to go to court but in the end it is not something to be afraid of.


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Sub: #3 Dominion Law LLCTue, 10/02/2012 - 05:21



Well I have been dealing with DL for the last year over a credit card, I am currently on FMLA and according to them I still owe them over 1000.00 these people are ruthless and have already taken me to Court once. I live in the State of Virginia and have been cussed and harassed at home and work. In August 2012 they sent a Court summons to my job and not my home seeking garnishment of the amount above. In March I filed a harassment with the Consumer Protection agency due to their behavior. It is a shame that they continue although there have been federal complaints filed on this group, that they continue their behavior. Federally harassment is not suppose to be tolerated.


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Sub: #4 Reply:Fri, 09/28/2012 - 09:22



DOMINION LAW ASSOCIATES is not the same as DOMINION LAW OFFICE. Just FYI -


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Sub: #5 Did you file the paperwork that you had paid it with the courts Sun, 06/17/2012 - 11:48



Did you file the paperwork that you had paid it with the courts or show up for the judgment hearing??? If they are garnishing you, they the sued you and won.

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Sub: #6 I am currently having an issue with this company. They garnishedSun, 06/17/2012 - 11:36



I am currently having an issue with this company. They garnished my wages for a debt that i already paid and had faxed them the receipt of payment. This was in 2008. They recieved the fax and i did not hear anything else from until i recieved a letter of garnishment and i have tried to call but can not get anyone on line. They took money that i proved to them had already been paid.


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Sub: #7 I just finished dealing with them, and if you have to, my adviceTue, 11/01/2011 - 09:16



I just finished dealing with them, and if you have to, my advice is to do ALL your dealings with them in writing. I sent a DV letter, they responded quickly, and also responded quickly to my payment plan request. I sent them two payments for about $600 less than the debt owed, and they did send me a debt payoff letter when everything was paid off in full.
If you get the initial letter from them, DON'T call, just send your DV letter first via either certified mail or priority with delivery confirmation. In your letter tell them not to call you. They complied with my request, and the whole experience was pretty tolerable, which is something I never thought I'd say about a debt collector.


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Sub: #8 Recieved a letter from them for a debt of $25. I have tried to Fri, 05/20/2011 - 08:34



Recieved a letter from them for a debt of $25. I have tried to call 4 times now. Each time I have been on hold for over 50 minutes. I have tried at all different times of the day. I don't believe anyone actually answers their phones as they have an online payment system as to avoid confrontation and having to answer any questions. I wanted to verify that this debt would not show on a collections report since I had no idea it existed and this was the first time anyone tried to contact me, even though my phone number and address are correct with the hospital who sold this $25 debt to this company. I'm very irritated as we are trying to purchase a home and any collection on my account could seriously interfere with this process. If anyone has any idea how to contact them and actually speak with someone I would apprecaite the help!


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Sub: #9 All of you are just mad you owe money. PAY YOUR BILLS PEOPLE!!!Sat, 05/14/2011 - 11:25



All of you are just mad you owe money. PAY YOUR BILLS PEOPLE!!! Try that instead of complaining. You can't possibly be so ignorant as to not know what you owe. Work and pay your bills. Stop expecting things for free and stop being a drain on society!


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Sub: #10 I too got a letter from Dominion back in February for a debt thaWed, 03/30/2011 - 05:19



I too got a letter from Dominion back in February for a debt that I orginally had with credit card company. It looked nice and threatening and had me worried at first, so, I researched the Dominion Law Group and found all sorts of people who had been robbed, threatened, harassed, and otherwise just annoyed by this firm so I took one posts advice and sent them a Debt Verification Letter by certified mail. No response from them as of 30 days for them to prove that I owed them any money, so I sent them a follow up letter saying they have 14 days to provide what is required by the law or I would assume that this is bogus and would not be paying them and would consider litigation against them. Again no response from them...I would suggest anyone who gets a letter/call from these morons to start with the DV letter first and go from there. I honestly think they assume we're too stupid to question their 'law associates' title and pay based on fear. The law is on your side, use it!


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