I got a call from a guy today, named harvey from spillman and spillman. They said they got my file from Titan Group LLC, a payday loan that ive defaulted on 2 months ago. He said he was sending a warrant for me to be picked up at work tomarrow. I never raised my voice once, but at first he was nice with me because I said I'd try and get the money. After letting my daughters dad know about the call... (his dad is attorney, and he is in law school) He said that there is SO WAY that there is any truth to this. Ask them to fax a copy of the information they have. I called and asked... and then he got rude, calling me a loser and such. My daughters dad spoke with him, and they arnt even a law office. He said they were "mediators" said that for a warrant even to be placed, a judge needs to sign it.
I obviously didnt default on purpose... I had my car break down and couldnt make ends meet. Of course this is my own fault... but I wanted to know if anyone had any info on this spillman group? Or had this problem with Titan group? I cant even find a phone number for them.
My loan was for $200, and they wanted me to pay $430 and change today.
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