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Report: #325541

Complaint Review: Steven Einstein And Associates / MCR / MRC Receivables Corp. - San Diego California

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  • Steven Einstein And Associates / MCR / MRC Receivables Corp. 5775 Roscoe Court, And 8875 Aero Dr #200 San Diego, California U.S.A.

Steven Einstein And Associates / MCR / MRC Receivables Corp. Received and "order of default" entered without contacting me beforehand about a charge I have no idea what it is for San Diego California

*Consumer Comment: File an Appeal ASAP

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I received a postcard out of the blue from my courthouse saying that mrc receivables corporation has an "order of default" entered on mar 31, 2008 by a judge.

I have no idea who mrc receivables corporation is or what this debt is for or how a judgement can be provided against me without me being contacted about anything. So i looked this company up on the internet to try to find more information about them and there are people who report that the same thing is happening to them with this company and they have not been contacted about anything beforehand.

So I looked up the company further and found out they have lawsuits against them for fraud and fraudulent practices. Apparently according to the lawsuits they are going after people with poor or bad credit with bogus debt charges to get money out of them.

I do not understand how this is possible or how they are still being allowed to be in business and continue ripping people off. I saw in some of the reports because of this "order of default" that they can garnish my wages or take money out of my bank account for this "charge".

Since they appear to be a fradulent company that is ripping people off I want to know what can be done to stop them and why they are still in business and are being allowed to do this to consumers. I can not afford to have my wages garnished or my bank account taken I am barely making it as it is.

I need help, can you please tell me what can be done about this company and how to prevent all of this. Thank you.

Miriam
chicago, Illinois
U.S.A.

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#2 Consumer Comment

File an Appeal ASAP

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

POSTED: Saturday, April 12, 2008

If the judgment was made on 03/31/08 you still have time to file an appeal. In California you have 30 days to file an appeal. If your out of state you can do it by mail. I suggest you call the San Diego Small Claims Court Legal Advisor Since this site will not let us post phone numbers just go to "The San Diego Superior Court of CA" website the phone number is there. They are very helpful.

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

POSTED: Saturday, April 12, 2008

There are many sleazy debt collection agencies/law firms that engage in a very dirty tactic called 'sewer service' summons delivery. Basically, they deliberately send your summons to an incorrect/old address where they know that you will not be there to receive it....So being that you are not aware of any court date...when the court date comes around, you'll be classified as a 'no show.' This is EXACTLY what they want. No show = Default Judgment. The other side gets almost everything they want...on their terms. That's how they can freeze your bank account and garnish your wages seemingly out of the clear blue sky.

If you can prove that you were not properly served with the summons, you may be able to get the judgment voided. Go to the court and get a copy of the document that shows the address that you were served to. If it's incorrect, you have a case. Photocopy it and petition the court to have the judgment voided based on your being improperly served. File an ethics complaint against this firm for engaging in 'sewer service' tactics.

Hire an attorney if you can afford one. If not, contact your local Red Cross for a referral to free legal aide. Good luck!

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