Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Petition to Investigate Pressler and Pressler

If you have been victimized, scammed or defrauded by Pressler and Pressler, then please sign this petition. Click on the link below. If Jon Corzine does not acknowledge the crimes Pressler and Pressler has commited, then I personally recommend we take this federal. We may need to get the Federal government to force New Jersey Debt Collection Lawyers to obey the law. Ironic isn't it. Here is the link for Petition to defeat Pressler and Pressler.

Petition to DEFEAT Pressler and Pressler.

Please sign this petition there is power in numbers.

8 comments:

hhevy said...

Pressler represents Great Seneca Financial - who are out of Maryland (linked to Wolpoff & Abramson (also in Maryland). Our own tax laws, Titles 14A and 2A state that any out of state business wishing to sue NJ residents must (1) post a bond in the amount they claim due or they cannot sue; (2) if they are not registered as a NJ business, they must register and pay tax and fees like everyone else. Our own courts, even Morris County, Judge Rand (no longer on the bench btw) stated to me in court "Great Seneca is not doing business here, they're just suing". That's a joke - Great Seneca is a collection agency! In the collecting business! Hiding under Pressler is no excuse and no defense and Great Seneca simply cannot use our courts. One interesting thing, if you go to Pressler's offices in Cedar Knolls, you'll notice in the trophy case in the front reception area has 4 awards (glass statues if you will) in Great Seneca's name. Interesting since Great Seneca is listed in Maryland -- unless they're also operating out of Pressler's office. Pressler was once caught using a bogus address for Palisades Collection in Court (about 2 years ago) and yet the Courts again did nothing. Interesting still is that Pressler can electronically file all their docs in Court yet no citizen or other law firm can - law firms mostly can file USDC electronically, not special civil part. What gives with that? Corruption! I was sued in 2005 by Great Seneca, seems I was a PNC victim whose info was stolen and viola! was sued. The debt was never valided and the court ignored that; Great Seneca never attached proof with their complaint - court ignored that. The original debt was inflated to 4 times the original amount owed with not proof of right to do so - court also ignored that. Court mainly ignored they're out of state. I've contacted the AG's office and they're investigating - haven't heard from them in 10 months. I also called NJ Business Taxation and filed a complaint as well as numerous complaints with Attorney Ethics and Better Business Bureau to no avail. Someone in NJ needs to help with this. Add to the fact that Sheldon Pressler sits on the Board and writes the collection laws - it reeks of conflict of interest.

hhevy said...

Forgot to mention that Pressler has now in the past 2 years bought up all SOL debt and has tried to sue me on it, including a bogus AT&T account when I currently have same account with no past due balance. Pressler runs my credit report on an average of 2 times per week and I have proof of same. Since they've lost a few cases, now LVNV funding has purchased the SOL debt is now trying to sue. LVNV funding is also out of state and NJ should do something about these crooks too.

Charles said...

I'm a Wisconsin resident, so it looks like I can't sign the petition. But my interest here comes from the fact that an auto dialer keeps calling my cell phone and leaving a recording saying "This is not a sales call...etc... call Palisades."

If Palisades is a collection agency, maybe I need to check my credit report. I haven't defaulted on any debts. So maybe someone stole my identity...? More likely, since it's a cell phone number, the previous holder of the number owes people money and I keep getting his calls.

Warren Piece said...

charles,
Pressler and Pressler is/represents Palisades, New Century Financial, Great Seneca, and others I am missing. They were also linked to a scam at Commerce Bank where an employee was selling account holder information to collection agencies. Just Google P&P and Commerce Bank. Every class action suit brought against them where it was alleged that they got the persons info through Commerce, has been settled out of court by P&P.

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WYZRMNWING said...

How do they get judgements in civil court for things they do not own? How do the courts of NJ not stop them if they are so illegal? I have dealt with them and they forced me into bankruptcy by threatening me with jail. I filed to get away from them. Can they ever really be stopped? THey are well too connected with legislatures etc.

Monica Hubler said...

I am a NJ resident and Pressler and Pressler have put legal action into motion to attach my wages. I do not recall ever having owned this company money. I know they change names, but when I started to make payments until I tryied to find out who they were, I have to sign a contract or I would be in contempt of court. I asked if this was to execute wage attachment and was informed no. Right. They even have anothe namr on the papers and I tried to tell them it is not me, but was informed the SS was the same. Again. I don't remember ever having an account with this company. I just think the prey on individuals who forget about a bill after years of name changes of the company and probably do not realize that they are one in the same.

Monica Hubler

dolores said...

pressler and pressler are scumbag liars and crooks. Call the FBI in Newark New Jersey and tell them your story. Tell them to arrest the crooks at pressler and pressler. More companies they use as "shell" companies New Century Financial Services, Inc., Midland Funding, Palisades, Arrow Financial, LVNV Funding. There are more but I just can't think of them right now.