Drive Financial - Drive "My ***" Financial Unbelievable - but... Dallas Texas
Below is information for erveryone tha might help or give you a point of contact for further stuff to happen - hopefully....
Funny thing about Drive Financial - all the threats and its a year later and since they failed to follow through on there part with the writtten letters I received and agreements that were made - screw them - i got there sh*t (my car) and they aren't getting it back.
I would sell that b*tch to someone in Mexico for parts or just bury it in a mud whole before I give it back to them... Enough lying (Police Officer Williams who is also customer service Williams who is also Loan Manager Williams adn who ever else she plays it off to be when leaving messages - well how do you like my CALL REJECTION that I put on my cell phone? It is oh so nice to NOT hear from you anymore..
PISSS OFFF DRIVE and like Leanardo DeCaprio said in his movie - catch me & my car if you can... I dont register at my current address I dont have any new bills and dont sign up for anything under my home address now so piss off & good luck a**holes.
Barber et al v. Drive Financial Services
Drive Financial Services, L.P. has settled a class-action suit with over 1, 150 Texas residents, according to Houston consumer protection attorney Richard Tomlinson.
The Texas residents on behalf of Velincia Barber had accused Drive of violating numerous federal and state consumer protection laws while attempting to collect debts.
Specifically, the suit charged that Drive sent threatening letters to Texas residents who fell behind in their payments. Said letters threatened wage garnishment and purported to be from an attorney or law firm, actions which violate the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Texas Debt Collection Act.
The settlement requires Drive to pay the class $250, 000 plus Tomlinson's legal fees and court costs. U.S. District Judge Sim Lake of the Southern District of Texas ruled that the settlement should be approved as fair, reasonable, adequate and in the best interests of the members of the class.
Class members were notified of the settlement and entitled to submit objections to the court prior to the hearing before Judge Lake. Among the more than 1, 150 notices, however, no objections were filed.
The fact, said Tomlinson, that Drive has to write a quarter million dollars in checks to the Texas residents they harassed should send a message to other debt collectors who use abusive, unethical and illegal techniques to apply pressure.
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