- Report: #1058744
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Complaint Review: Sacor Financial
Sacor Financial1911 Douglas Blvd 85-126 Roseville, California USA
Sacor Financial A Debt that is over 10 years old that may not even be legit Roseville California
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Sacor is trying to make my mom who has been disabled since 2007 pay a debt that may not even be legit that is over 10 years old. They have sent letters for her to appear in court and to provide bankstatements, any source of income etc. My mom who has been on Disability and now on SSI clearly cannot afford such a claim. The original debt was supposedly $11k they tacked on an additional $25k for attorney fees and interest which bring the debt to now $36K. They also have supposedly placed a lien on her house. Can they do this? I read in a prior complaint that there is a statute of limitations in the state of California that after 4 years they do not hold any legal grounds to collect. Is that correct? Do I need an attorney or should I just send Sacor an email stating that the statute of limitations has run out a long time ago. I'm not even sure they can provide back up for the debt.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/12/2013 09:02 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sacor-Financial/Roseville-California/Sacor-Financial-A-Debt-that-is-over-10-years-old-that-may-not-even-be-legit-Roseville-Ca-1058744. 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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