- Report: #989756
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Complaint Review: foreclosure law, llc
foreclosure law, llcInternet, Missouri United States of America
foreclosure law, llc attorney Dale Wiley deceitful, foreclosure, scam, fraud, lawsuits Internet, Missouri
The one time he did show up he was not prepared for court. He was running around the court house trying to get an attorney to piggy back in court cause he was not licensed. He was not prepared for court. The judge allowed him to speak and the judge also hinted for him to defile my case in superior court. we even talked about him filing when he got back to his office. I would call the office several times to see if it was filed and finally got an answer, "I was not to worry about it, he was taking care of it."
Wells Fargo attorney started sending any paper work was sent to Dale Wiley so on August 3, 2012 the sheriff comes to my door and says I have to be out in 3 days. I called Dale Wiley tell him what is going on and he says, "well you got 6 months." He never showed up for the court date and Wells Fargo won in court for no show or default. my husband was in the hospital with cancer and his social worker got me more time. My husband died in August. I would love to talk to anyone else that has had problems with this company.
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