I did a lot of research on this company who is suing me.
His name is Daniel W. Goldstone. He was disbarred in 2006 by the Supreme Judicial Court and can't practice law for the next 8 years. He is not licensed to collect in the state of Massachusetts. He was sued by sears for $945,409 and dodged them for 5 years and eventually paid them only $89,000 according to the Supreme Judicial Court ruling.
I found it funny that he has an employee who's name is Maureen. I don't know her last name yet. His lawyer is Maureen Forsyth, I don't know if there is any relation.
all this information about him is here if anyone has problems with this company.
If you do a search on his name or go to Business.com and do a search on Norfolk Financial Corp, you will find a load of information.
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