- Report: #417262
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Mary Jane Elliott, PC ,Midland Credit Management
Mary Jane Elliott, PC ,Midland Credit Management24300 Karim BLVD Novi, Michigan U.S.A.
Mary Jane Elliott, PC Midland Credit Management Attoney profits from suing for old debt Novi Michigan
* : Your Mom is a thief
*Consumer Suggestion: What about the court?
*Consumer Comment: Mary Jane is SCUM!
*UPDATE Employee: debt
I had problems with the credit card company, because they were not able to explain to me the discrepancies with my account and I eventually closed it. It was charged off and later bought by Midland (probably for pennies on a dollar!). They in turn, hired the legal ofc in question, who I found sued me.
They obtained my parent's address and mailed the court documents there. I live in a DIFFERENT city and had not used that address in several years. I never received any of these documents to appear in court and a default order was issued against me. I did not learn of this until I saw it on my credit report and a "Writ for Garnishment" was issued to me from my employer. I filed an objection with court in that city and the judge did not even listen to anything that I had to say or any proof that I had.
So, Im stuck paying these people money that I do NOT owe and am stuck trying to find out how to fight against them. If anyone has any information PLEASE let me know! This type of unfair practice needs to end.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/28/2009 11:34 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Mary-Jane-Elliott-PC-Midland-Credit-Management/Novi-Michigan-48375/Mary-Jane-Elliott-PC-Midland-Credit-Management-Attoney-profits-from-suing-for-old-debt-No-417262. 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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