- Report: #1078132
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Complaint Review: zwicker and ass pc
zwicker and ass pc130 allens creek road 1st floor rochester,, New York USA
zwicker and a*s pc file a verified complaint signed by someone pertending to be a notary rochester, New York
*Consumer Comment: Info. vs. Zwicker
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In June of 2008 zwicker and a*s pc served me with a verified complaint. I sent them two letters in response to the complaint. They refused my correspondence stating that it was not verified. Zwicker and a*s pc also filed for a judgment with the same verified complaint. Twice in this complaint it stated that the balance of$3416.10 was paid. On the corporate verification it is signed by someone as a notary public. There is no stamp and no seal. The local county clerk granted them a judgment and noone check to see if this person was a notary, Almost four years later zwicker and a*s pc began an income execution.
It took me one week and two postage stamps to find out the notary public's commission expired more than a year prior to the signing of the document and was not renewed. I feel that this judgment was granted under false pretenses and I requested the county clerk's office to vacate it. But they refused. I can't help but wonder how many ther judgments were handled in this matter. A legal document should say what it means and mean what it says and this one says it's been paid.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/22/2013 11:38 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/zwicker-and-ass-pc/rochester-New-York-14618/zwicker-and-ass-pc-file-a-verified-complaint-signed-by-someone-pertending-to-be-a-notary-1078132. 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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