- Report: #269605
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Complaint Review: Ford Motor Credit
Ford Motor CreditP.O. Box 45084 Atlanta, Georgia U.S.A.
Ford Motor Credit, Atlanta Garnished 18 years later, Statute of Limitations EXPIRED Atlanta Georgia
*Consumer Comment: Ford Also Sues Hipanics Who Were Tricked Into A Lease When They Thought They Were Purchasing
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We spoke to a lawyer, he called C. Heindel, atty for FMC, he stated he filed a "Nulla Bona". After double checking our files with the court clerks, the sheriff's and magistrates offices... no one has this so-called document. And it does have to be filed with the original filing. Another document they failed to actually file.
This is where the atty for FMC and FMC are in violation of law. We were informed that not only can we get the garnishment stopped, we can get our money back. And we can sue for damages. If anyone else has had this issue with Ford Motor Credit, let me know. Perhaps we can all help each other.
If they weren't so devious I wouldn't be placing this post. But they brought this on themselves. I will NEVER.. EVER own a Ford EVER AGAIN. I will spread this story to anyone who is willing to hear, I guarantee it. FORD is a failing company and has been for sometime... I can certainly see why.
Defiant to the end
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