HAYT, HAYT & LANDAU/WHO ARE THEY, WHERE DID THEY COME FROM?
Mon, 08/25/2008 19:50
These people are trying to move in on the Pressler & Pressler scam. I'm already dealing with them about some nonsense. But now they send me a letter stating that they are going to garnish my wages for a debt that 1. I never owed to anyone. 2. The debt is over 10 years old. Garbage debt collector EMCC sued me in court for this debt and I never received anything that I was being sued. I found out by looking at my credit report. I sent EMCC a debt validation letter but they never responded. So now I sent one Hayt, Hayt & Landau.
What is going on here? Has anyone had dealings with these two collection agencies? It is so strange that they are all coming at me at the same time.
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