I live in the state of Florida and I had Peachtree Law Center out of Co calling and threatening that I owe this $500 loan to Multiloan source. They even called my mother. I have never even heard from this PDL company that I owe them any money and now this collection agency is calling saying that I owe money. They are not nice and I asked them to send a letter validating the debt and they said I now owe $1200. I have never heard of either of these companies, but have now done research and I found Multiloan source however there is not an address of a phone # to call them to verify this debt. And this Peachtree Law Center has so many complaints with the BBB they seem a little scammy to me! Does anyone know either of these companies? Are either of them legal in Florida? I looked for both licenses to practice in Fl and could find neither one. And the Attorney at Peachtree Law Center is Brad Daybell. I cannot find his license either. There is a Brad Daybell in Co. I called him and he is not the one that works for or owns Peachtree Law Center. Please help with how to proceed with these monsters!
Thanks so much, Smiley
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