Cross Country Lawsuit

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Responsibl, Aug 4, 2000.

  1. Responsibl

    Responsibl Guest

    Any judge will suggest that those bringing suit against Cross Country pay their bills on time. That's common sense and not hard to grasp.
    Before he dismisses this lawsuit, the people engaged in it can also expect a lecture on responsibility and abuse of the legal system. Appropriate sanctions/fines will most likely be ordered. Perhaps the perpetrators will learn a valuable lesson, finally, about blaming others for their own poor judgment.
  2. Paul Brook

    Paul Brook Guest

    I have read your statement but that does not excuse CCBs lack of customer service. I found an unarthorized charge on my bill that was placed there by CCB for $34.95. When I called to dispute this charge I was unable to get a customer service rep to take this charge off of my bill. At the time I canceled my card I was told that the charge would be removed so I paid the bill off in full. Two months later I recieved a bill for $38.91 for a late fee and an intrest balance of $11.41. I have called several times to make a complaint but the people that all work there don't care that these practices are not only not fair but ilegal.
  3. BOB

    BOB Guest

    RC, I must asked did your mom and uncle have sex to create you, or were you just born this stupid. This law suit has nothing to do with making payments on time, or being responsible on the customers part. What it is
    is a suit against the corruption and law breaking of CCB personell in not posting payments within the time frame of the law,
    losing payments. Failure to correct errors
    purposely made by CCB employees. Harrassment
    and illegally contacting customers at work when CCB was told this was against the co. policies of the customers employers. And the list goes on, this suit will never be dropped so dream on. The feds have to much on CCB for it to be dropped. If I was you I'd spend my free time looking for a new job.
    Because CCB is on it's way to Bankruptcy and
    your out of a job. LMAO! CR your a joke, please post some more about your wild dreams.
  4. Crdt Dfnse

    Crdt Dfnse Well-Known Member

    Riiiight, youâ??re a RESPONSIBLE CREDITOR in a laughable sense. Do you truly think people are stupid; I mean for crying our loud your IPA indicates a WebTV connect! Now Iâ??ve seen some strange things in the credit biz, but never a creditor of any substance that uses â??WebTVâ? as an intra or Internet connection!

    Additionally your assumptions regarding law are amateurish, completely demonstrating an ignorance of our court system. Why people like to pose as something theyâ??re not, escapes me.

    Anthony Villasenor
  5. Len

    Len Guest

    Excuse me, Anthony. Your posts are always informative, intelligent, and extremely helpful. I look forward to reading them. T
  6. Len

    Len Guest

    Excuse me, Anthony. Your posts are always informative, intelligent, and extremely helpful. I look forward to reading them. But you just slammed a whole lot of posters and hope, at least in my own case, you are in error for the first time here.
    Otherwise, I agree completely.
  7. J. Edgar

    J. Edgar Well-Known Member

    My Dear Mr. Creditor:

    Have you even read the lawsuit? Perhaps I'm being presumptuous that you possess that skill, or are you just an ignorant boob who knows nothing about the law and is just fond of subjecting others to your sanctimonious scolding?

    If you had read the lawsuit you would note that the claims have nothing to do with people not paying their bills. They have to do with Cross Country Bank's deliberate, on-going, and calculated infractions of federal laws and banking regulations. That's why the RICO statute has been invoked.

    However, we will ensure that your participation in this forum and opinion supporting your employer is duly noted on your Cross Country Bank employee performance evaluation.
  8. J. Edgar

    J. Edgar Well-Known Member

    Uh, He was referring to 'Responsible Creditor'. A creditor is a person or organization that loans money to other people. I have never seen a bank with connectivity to the internet through WebTV. It's mainly a consumer product.
  9. Crdt Dfnse

    Crdt Dfnse Well-Known Member

    Please donâ??t get me wrong, I wasnâ??t out to slam anyone who uses WebTV generally. My point in response to RESPONSIBLE CREDITORâ??s comment was that REAL creditors with an average sized portfolio to manage, will use fast intra or Internet connections such as T-1 (to T-3) or even ISDN (and to a lesser degree, DSL). T-1 and some ISDN connections carry their own unique IPAs, generally issued in classes (or blocks). If one knows how, such IPAs can be identified as commercial or consumer.

    As you know WebTV is very user friendly and clearly intended for consumer, not commercial use. The bandwidth through this connection could not handle the volume required to efficiently exchange loan data, through anyone of a number established (credit/loan) Interchanges.

    Botton-line is that I was aiming to point out that RESPONSIBLE CREDITOR, in all reasonable probability, is NOT a creditor at allâ?¦ Nonetheless, thanks for being a good sport. :)

    Keep The Faith,

    Anthony Villasenor
  10. Len

    Len Guest

    Your right, J.Edgar! I jumped when I saw that and I apologize!
    I would be a might suspicious if a creditor was operating a business with a Webtv!

    I better retire from reading these CCB posts. The ones defending Cross Country cause me to see red and blur my vision for hours!

    Sorry Anthony. You are correct once again!
  11. Len

    Len Guest

    I think he's an ignorant boob running loose with a Webtv!

    He can't even download the lawsuit. I had to use my computer and that meant I had to get off the couch. But it was worth the effort! I was looking forward to viewing it on the television so I could pretend I was watching "60 Minutes" and listening to Mike Wallace's voice over: "We managed to confront Rocco Abessenio with our concerns at Leavenworth Penitentiary, where he is currently serving a 20 year sentence..."
    I can still dream...
  12. Crdt Dfnse

    Crdt Dfnse Well-Known Member

    LOL!!! (DNO)

  13. Doris K.

    Doris K. Well-Known Member

    Thanks, Bob. I've seen this same discussion so many times, I wish I could have a nickel for each time. The bottom line is this: Cross Country Bank is a scam operation, and "Responsible Creditor" is a dumbass. Need we say more? Sheesh!
  14. Don

    Don Well-Known Member

    Wow..your creativity amazes can use the name "Responsible Creditor" here, and "More Facts" at Jerry DJ's board...

  15. Don

    Don Well-Known Member

    Wow..your creativity amazes can use the name "Responsible Creditor" here, and "More Facts" at Jerry DJ's board...

  16. bg

    bg Guest

    RE: Don read this

    Don it must have taken him hours just to learn how to spell

    I mean with a six grade education and all
    I'm surprised he even found it in the dictionary. But your right, he has more aliases than ROCCO. Lets see he goes by
    MF,MORE FACTS,na tba,Jay, Donzio, Aunt Somebody, I know I'm missing a bunch but this
    is a short list for everyone who needs to know that only one person is supporting CCB,
    even though he wants everyone to think theirs several
  17. Len

    Len Guest

    That's a revolting thought.
    More Facts is demented and being hunted by CCB lawyers. I am very happy being free of Cross Country:)
  18. Len

    Len Guest

    To continue:

    Prolonged exposure to or employment by Cross Country seems to result in split personality and a compulsion to insult people.
  19. Mike

    Mike Well-Known Member

    We know you work for CCB!!!!

    CCB will be the one getting the lecture. THey over charge people for purchases and never credit the customer back. They make you call a long distance # and then keep you on hold for hours then yell at you for interrupting their lunch break.

    You CCB freaks will pay for what you have done!!!!!!!!!

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