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Are you the Victim of Sewer Service?

It’s a decades-old practice known in legal circles as “sewer service”. This occurs when a debt collector fails to properly serve a notice of complaint (litigation) upon the defendant (debtor) and then files a false affidavit claiming the notice has been properly served. When the debtor doesn’t show up in court, the collector can then apply for, and almost always wins, a default judgment. This is a violation of the FDCPA and has become a staple practice for “reputable” and “not reputable” debt collectors alike. If you have been the victim of “sewer service”, contact us today for free representation and immediate relief from the debt collector.

See this story about a class action suit filed in New York regarding this problem: Suit Claims Fraud by New York Debt Collectors

Comments 2 Comments

  1. If someone is to be served a summons/ compalint according to rule 4 for a Federal civil case, Is seeing a person inside their home by pressing a face against a closed window then leaving the papers on the door legal?

    Comment by Will Provide on contact on December 19th, 2010 at 6:00 am

  2. Thank you for your submission. We welcome you contacting the firm by telephone to speak with one of our attorneys, as it is inappropriate to provide legal advice by way of a blog.

    Comment by admin on December 20th, 2010 at 3:08 pm

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