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Complaint Review: Anderson Baker Law Firm
Anderson Baker Law FirmInternet USA
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The case will be downloaded tomorrow and you will be soon served with the court papers. If you want to avoid these legal consequences we merely require you to get back to us with the payment.
You were supposed to pay $500.00 in order to close the account, we have still not received any response from you. So the company decided to write it as bad-debt and produce charges against you.
If you want to avoid the situation you have to come up with $400.00 by today so that we can dismiss the case and mark the account as paid in full. Let us know ASAP.
NCS Law Group
I owe nothing to anyone that is not being paid and have informed them of this. They are looking for honest people who they can scare into paying them monies. They are a scam!!!!! Do not pay them!!!!! Report them to the FTC. They switch phone numbers to keep you off guard. The 2 most recent I have are:
614-515-4000 and 210-774-4246
Please be aware and to not send these scammers any money
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