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Sub: James West aTTorney
Sun, 10/04/2011 13:15

Has anyone heard of James West Attorney from Houston. They have called me for a debt with American Express.



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Sub: #1 if you challenge the amount and set a trial you get a better deaSun, 04/10/2011 - 13:15



if you challenge the amount and set a trial you get a better deal .


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Sub: #2 dont miss the day court , challenge the amount they wont get theSun, 04/10/2011 - 13:13



dont miss the day court , challenge the amount they wont get the attorney fees neither interest


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Sub: #3 being sued for 800 is not worthy for them , especially if they hSun, 04/10/2011 - 13:10



being sued for 800 is not worthy for them , especially if they have to hire a local attorney


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Sub: #4 :mad:I am being sued by this law firm for a back dept left unpaiWed, 03/30/2011 - 22:19



:mad:I am being sued by this law firm for a back dept left unpaid by my attorney who is now disbarred. The original dept was $800; then there were attorney fees, court cost, etc. Now I am being sued for 1700. with a court date on the 11th. I got them to agree to 650. Now I am wondering if I can get out of paying that. I have no assets, my cars are in my husbands name we rent our house so that is not ours. What can they take.


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Sub: #5 James West phone numberTue, 03/29/2011 - 10:02



I live in the Houston area got a call from them. since we're doing a chap 7 I talked to them.
A guy names Randall was courteous surprisingly; I'm used to talking to these types of people and was . Their number on my caller ID is 713-260-7627.


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Sub: #6 please save the hysterics for the phone.this jabroni doesn't havFri, 03/25/2011 - 06:54



please save the hysterics for the phone.this jabroni doesn't have any legal reach but in TX and even that is up for debate.as for your last stupid statement.firms like this one and others have tried to threaten and harrass people who have had debts discharged in BK so again spare me the rhetoric,and get back to the phones.

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Sub: #7 funny how everyone thats on here is talking about how much of a Thu, 03/24/2011 - 16:47



funny how everyone thats on here is talking about how much of a horrible law firm and how nasty the collectors are---------seems to me like the one's thats being so negative are the ones that know they owe and dont want to own up to it and are obviously upset with themselves for getting in this mess----i used to work there, yes james a west is an acutal attorney--yes certain clients do sue ---yes even if you are in another state it is possible that your info could be passed to an atty to your area (all up to client)----get a life, pay your bills and you wont have to worry about people bugging you--its not harrassment if they call you at wrk unless you give a c &d---its not harrassment to contact neighbors or relatives----(check the fdcpa)------***COLLECTION AGENCIES DO NOT CHARGE INTEREST--THE CREDITOR DOES REGUARDLESS IF ITS CHARGED OFF OR NOT--THEY CAN DO IT!!!!!***** IF YOU DONT WANT TO PAY SEND A C & D , OR FILE BANKRUPT AND YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT BEING CONTACTED ITS SIMPLE!!!


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Sub: #8 I started allowing this firm to take out payments. I now lost myWed, 03/23/2011 - 11:01



I started allowing this firm to take out payments. I now lost my job. They called me today saying if I pay something soon then I will not have interests tacked on. But said I qualify for hardship status. The debt was charged off in the first place and can't see how I owe these people anything. It seems that I've been paying $100.00 a month and my balance does not go down any? I have several different people contacting me weekly when I advised them to contact me later which one associate advised in a months time they would contact me. Some are apologetic but some are just down right trying to use scare tactics being I spoke to 3 different people in the last 3 weeks. This evolved from a chase account which was popping me with late charges due to chase not taking care of their part on getting my payments straight. I did not sign up for a chase account I signed up for a Washington Mutual Account, when Chase took over the account My Troubles started. Nothing about the processes that occurring seems to add up? How can a company charge interests charges on a payment that has been written off and should be a certain amount in the first place which was owed to the original creditor. If anyone can answer these questions legitimately the help would be appreciated. Considered Bankruptcy but hasn't been 7 yrs so far and I think that is the soonest one can refile. Unfamilar with the new bankruptcy laws even. Last thing I heard was any filing 7 or 13 one must pay back? West this question is for you!


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Sub: #9 did you get a collection letter?if not there is one in this threWed, 12/01/2010 - 05:35



did you get a collection letter?if not there is one in this thread at the beginning.now for them to properly validate they must send something from the original creditor.like if it is a cc debt then statements will suffice,or something on the original creditors letterhead.don't except any old letter stating the amount you owe.i can type that up myself.again to validate they must present something from the original creditor.btw send the debt validation letter certified mail return receipt.

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Sub: #10 Do I send debt validation letter, Or do I request a debt validatTue, 11/30/2010 - 21:29



Do I send debt validation letter, Or do I request a debt validation letter from the collection? And what does/should the letter contain so that I be certain that my debt with them is valid?

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