- Report: #934486
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Complaint Review: Daniel P Gordon
Daniel P GordonP.O.Box 22338 Eugene, Oregon United States of America
Daniel P Gordon I have been recievng phone call s regardng a HSBC account that went delnquent in 2009. I spoke to HSBC and asked to file an issurance claim on this because t was a medcal issue. I now have to answer Eugene, Oregon
Daniel Gordon says I am in breach of contract with Midland Credit, who bought the account from HSBC. HSBC has a pending lawsuit in Pensylvania regarding the credit protection that they charged for, charged if not enrolled, and denied claims to account holders. I have notified Daniel Gordon of this. The credit reporting agencies has removed these cards from my report all together pending the outcome of the suit.
I am hoping that collection agencies will get it together. To try to collect on a debt that shouldn't be is ludicrous. Until I fell ill, I paid my card off in full almost every few months. WOW!
I now have to come up wth the money to file an answer and hope the court goes my way. They have no scruples. Oh, by the way. I got a registered parcel from them that contained a summons. Sneaky or what?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/29/2012 05:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Daniel-P-Gordon/Eugene-Oregon-97402/Daniel-P-Gordon-I-have-been-recievng-phone-call-s-regardng-a-HSBC-account-that-went-delnq-934486. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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