- Report: #880353
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Complaint Review: John Swanson and Randy Newberg or Newburg
John Swanson and Randy Newberg or NewburgBuffalo, NY? Internet United States of America
John Swanson and Randy Newberg or Newburg Randy Newberg is a from a supposed law firm called Franklin and Ruggiero and John Swanson who is a supposed process server Internet, Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: All of our calls are recorded
*Author of original report: Call your credit card company
*Consumer Comment: TAKEN
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This morning I checked my voicemail and got a call from John Swanson at 214-218-7421 (Grand Prairie, TX) saying he was across the street and had a court summons for myself and my boss. I know the law and process servers just go and serve papers, they don't call first. If they do, it's to verify the address. I checked with my boss and our office manager and no one came up, just called. Also, check out the website www.franklinandruggiero.com There's no phone number or address, just a contact me form. For a "legit" law firm, this is a terrible website.
I don't know who these two guys are and what type of scam they are trying to pull, but I filed with the FTC, my Attorney General, put an alert on my credit report and complained to the Better Business Bureau. So, if they do try to "come back", which they haven't, I can call their bluff.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/09/2012 02:40 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/John-Swanson-and-Randy-Newberg-or-Newburg/internet/John-Swanson-and-Randy-Newberg-or-Newburg-Randy-Newberg-is-a-from-a-supposed-law-firm-cal-880353. 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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