- Report: #418520
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Complaint Review: Howard Lee Schiff P.C.
Howard Lee Schiff P.C.510 Tolland St. East Hartford, Connecticut U.S.A.
Howard Lee Schiff P.C. Wrongly trying to collect money from me East Hartford Connecticut
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I received a notice from them last year stating that I owed LVNV funding money. I immediately disputed the claim and demanded validation of the debt which of course they never provided. Fortunately I still have the green card receipt and a copy of the letter sent. I just filled out the court documents denying the claim and counter suing then for FDCPA violations. Also, Howard Lee Schiff is dead! They continue to send letterheads with his name on it.
The law states that if an "attorney's" name appears on the letterhead, then that "attorney" must be available to discuss the case. Hello? What's wrong with this picture? I can't wait to go to court! Beware of phony documents that they send. Challenge every document, dispute the debt, and try and make them prove it! It simply can't be done. Don't let them scare you, they have no power and chances are, if you go to court, you will beat them! You might even walk away with some money!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/31/2009 10:56 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Howard-Lee-Schiff-PC/East-Hartford-Connecticut-06043/Howard-Lee-Schiff-PC-Wrongly-trying-to-collect-money-from-me-East-Hartford-Connecticut-418520. 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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