DA Network -Buffalo NY -scumbag collector notice

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Collector2, May 19, 2009.

  1. Collector2

    Collector2 Active Member

    Hello all,

    I have not posted in a while,there appears to be a new scumbag collection agency out of Buffalo. They apparently have bought some bad online payday loan paper and have decided to misrepresent themselves as the District Attorney for each district.

    The number they are using is 716-725-0347. The person who calls does not send a notice within 5 days of calling and refuses to provide his address. This one crawled out of the bogs or pits of hell.

    This person also has the cahones to give you the telephone number of the District Attorney in your area. When you call and ask what this is about or ask to speak with the DA, the DA (who is legit) states they handle major fraud, murder, etc and that whatever this is about is a load of crap.

    Anywho..if someone can give a strategy for the unaware and clueless on how to proceed, it would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Collector2

    Collector2 Active Member

    Found the scumbags

    Okay, I just found out some additional information about these clowns:


    1249 Hertel Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14216

    telephone number is 716-725-0343

    other names: The Distribution & Acquisition Network LLC
    Resources & Recovery
    1249 Enterprises Inc.
  3. jjgross

    jjgross Well-Known Member

    File a complaint with the DA in buffalo,they have a ring of thugs and gangster's operating out of there,also file with the state Ag.Its against to call your self a DA in every state.
  4. Collector2

    Collector2 Active Member

    I just completed my complaint with the FTC, reference number 22812410 and I am working on the complaints with NY AG and CA AG. This should be fun. I love it when they scream.
  5. ccbob

    ccbob Well-Known Member

    Sounds to me like an income opportunity...as in FDCPA law suit.
  6. Collector2

    Collector2 Active Member

    CCBOB, you and I must have done a vulcan mind meld. I luv you guys, this is where I get all of my legal information. Of course he is violating the FDCPA, and get this, he called a colleague of mine and stated (it is recorded) I have committed fraud. Interesting, I am going to get this and file a nice little lawsuit after my cease and desist letter.
  7. jjgross

    jjgross Well-Known Member

    I got the pitchfork you get the wood stacked up were going to Buffalo.LOL,and they thought they could bully you.Buffalo is famous for this kind of business the local tv station did a show on a couple were they admit breaking the law.So if you can nail them that's a good thing.
  8. Collector2

    Collector2 Active Member

    I sent a limited cease and desist letter. The date of the alleged debt is March 10, 2006, 3 years. He has no corporate presence in California, meaning I can't serve him for court. What can I do? What can I do? Maybe I will start sending auto calls to his people for the next 2 weeks?

    Give me some demonic *wink* ideas on how to shut this fool down.
  9. jjgross

    jjgross Well-Known Member

    Check and see if he can be served by mail,or check with a process server there to find out how.Do you know when the debt had its first missed payment.
  10. Collector2

    Collector2 Active Member

    California Smalls Claims Court

    According to some CCP statute for California, you cannot serve or have a person served if they reside or do business in another state. This entity has not registered with California SOS and therefore he has no registered agent. Trust me, I do this for a living.

    I am consulting with a friend who is an attorney and I asked her if I am injured here, and he is located there, what is the jurisdiction.

    The date of default (allegedly) is 3/10/06. I have no knowledge of this debt (seriously) and it appears that they are blatant violators of the law because they send no letters, they insist on calling without the required notification of the alleged debt. I wish I was in NY, I wish I could sell this clown down the river with to one of my fellow litigious CNetters who could do some damages. Alas, I am just stuck with playing mind games with this outfit and as of today, I am winning.
  11. jjgross

    jjgross Well-Known Member

    What about federal court?
  12. ccbob

    ccbob Well-Known Member

    Jurisdiction for an FDCPA violation is that of the consumer.
    Take 'em to federal court and run 'em through the wringer.

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