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Complaint Review: Limeberry Attorney At Law And Ameritrust National Bank Also Known As Key Bank

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  • Submitted: Thu, January 20, 2005
  • Updated: Sat, June 18, 2005

  • Reported By:Franklin Indiana
Limeberry Attorney At Law And Ameritrust National Bank Also Known As Key Bank
Executive Dr. Greenwood, Indinapolis, Indiana U.S.A.
  • Phone: 317-882-1133
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  • Category: Lawyers

Limeberry Attorney At Law And Ameritrust National Bank Also Known As Key Bank Trying to rip me off for a car loan I never had Being sued by lawyer gong to count sue Rip-off Greenwood, Indinapolis Indiana

*Consumer Suggestion: Let them sue you

*Consumer Suggestion: Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

*Consumer Suggestion: Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

*Consumer Suggestion: Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

*Consumer Suggestion: Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

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Some jerk of a lawyer, Limberry is his last name forgot his first name at time of writing report and a bank name Ameritrust National Bank, owned by Key bank is trying to sue me for a car loan dated for the year 1990 for the amount of $1400.00 dollars. Funny I never had a loan with these people. they say they have a notoirized signature of my name on the contract. I asked if my social security number was on it, The lawyer cursed at me and hung up. People I need some advice. Do I sue them both for filing a frivoulous lawsuit and make them pay for all the worry they gave me. Or use a SOL{staute of limitation} defense and tell them to choke on it? Could use some advice people. I am hiring a lawyer and I am at least going to make them pay me legal cost and timed missed from work while I am in court. Could also use some legal advice from some of you. Thank people.

Dwight
Franklin, Indiana
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Let them sue you

AUTHOR: Steve - (U.S.A.)

They are a "Debt Collector" as defined by the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

It is a violation of FDCPA to sue or even threaten to sue on an Out-of-Statute debt. So, let them sue.

You will interpose SOL as an Absolute Defense and then countersue for $1000 on the FDCPA violation.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

AUTHOR: Eryn - (U.S.A.)

There was a conversion from Ameritrust to KeyBank in the 90's, are you sure some other financial institution didn't sell them your loan? Did they allow you to see any of the documents?
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

AUTHOR: Eryn - (U.S.A.)

There was a conversion from Ameritrust to KeyBank in the 90's, are you sure some other financial institution didn't sell them your loan? Did they allow you to see any of the documents?
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

AUTHOR: Eryn - (U.S.A.)

There was a conversion from Ameritrust to KeyBank in the 90's, are you sure some other financial institution didn't sell them your loan? Did they allow you to see any of the documents?
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#5 Consumer Suggestion

Are you sure they didn't sell your loan?

AUTHOR: Eryn - (U.S.A.)

There was a conversion from Ameritrust to KeyBank in the 90's, are you sure some other financial institution didn't sell them your loan? Did they allow you to see any of the documents?
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