Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Woman turns tables on debt collection company with grossly illegal tactics, wins $10 million judgment, tries to collect


A woman in West Virginia sued and won a $10 million judgment against a debt collection company named R.F.A., for trying to collect a mortgage-related debt she did not know, and actually even trying to impersonate a sheriff’s office.  Now she will try to collect the judgment and get the company shut down.

Elisabeth Leamy has the detailed story for ABC here,   and it aired Wednesday April 25, ironically after ABC’s “Revenge”.

The company that I worked for in 2003 was RMA (not RFA), no connection.


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