Dear Ms. and Mr. xxxxxx:
I am in receipt of your letter dated April 26, 2012. Our firm was engaged by ANBB Federal Credit Union to provide it with legal services to secure its rights in the loan documents attached and previously forwarded to you. ANBB advises me that the above referenced claim is valid. I have responded to your inquiries to the best of my abilities based upon the documentation which has been provided to me by ANBB. Attached is the supplemental documentation, provided by our client, which supports this claim and compliments the information previously submitted to you. The attachment may constitute verification of the aforementioned account for purposes of 15 U.S.C. 1692g (Sec 809) of the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
I reject any assertions by you that I have agreed to pay you damages, have engaged in fraudulent activities related to this loan, have agreed to cease representation of ANBB with respect to this matter, have agreed to pay your fee schedules, or in any manner compromise my client's rights as you have suggested.
ceylon wrote:can you read the name?
if so he has commited perjury and is in big trouble
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