About every two years since 2003 my son has received calls from a special investigator with a message for me. On June 8, 2009 a Gail Wilson called & told him that "a claim #MBB4646 filed against me pursuant to the county & that either I or my attorney must call 202-558-5280, which was similar to the previous times.
My son lives in San Dimas, CA, I live in Las Vegas NV & has told the caller that I don't live with him and have never lived there with him. In the past when I call the number he gave I am told that the claim is being filed with the court either that day or the next, but I didn't get or wasn't given which court. I wait for some sort of follow up, but nothing happens until about two years later.
This last time when I called a man answered, I asked for Gail Wilson, but he just asked what the case number is. I told him the case number, and asked him for the name of his firm, he replied "I can't tell you that". I asked him "who are you representing?" He replied "I can't tell you that either" & he then transfered me to the Chief Investigator Aiden Hunter who proceed to inform me that the case could be fraud, perhaps a class 3 felony. This was scary, I have never knowingly or intentionaly commited a felony.
I am nearly 75 years old and I am no longer up to taking this kind of stress, I just want some peace for my remaining years.
I asked why they always called my son instead of me personally. He said "I (you) don't have a listed number, but that my son who I gave as a reference was listed." Against my better feelings, I gave him my phone number.
My best guess is that from DEC. 1998 until June 2001, I fell off my compulsive gambling abstinence and from there began falling farther and farther behind in my debts. My mother who lived with me passed away in Oct. 2000. In March of 2001 my house was foreclosed and I had to move to a low rent apartment. Two moths later I lost my car because I was stopped for not having insurance or up to date registration. I quit gambling the next month and have been abstinent for eight years.
About a year or so after I quit gambling I considered filing for bankruptcy, but reading up on various scenarios I discovered anyone retired, with no personal assets and who's sole income was only social security and a pension was considered Judgement Proof and could not have that income attached or seized. I decided not to file for bankruptcy, live within my monthly net income of $1700.00 less about $250.00 a month for the last seven years for much needed dental work.
Las Vegas, Nevada