An experience I had with attorney handling FDCPA violations
Wed, 06/25/2008 23:03
I just wanted to relate to the board a recent experience I had with a Florida attorney named Matthew Dolman, who handles fdcpa violations. We approached Mr. Dolman in March as my wife and I were being harassed by General Revenue Corporation (collecting on behalf of Sallie Mae, NCO-financial, afni and Creditors Interchange. At the time of our first appointment, General Revenue and NCO were collectively calling me no less than ten times a day combined. Within three business days the calls stopped completely. Mr. Dolman filed lawsuits against three of the collection agency's and each one settled for a rather generous amount of money considering the violations. Furthermore, two of the creditors have agreed to cut my debt by more than 50% to offset the violations and still covered his attorney fees.
I could not be happier right now. I used to dread my phone ringing. The calls have ceased and my piece of mind has returned. If you are looking for an Florida attorney handling FDCPA cases, look no further.
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