CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – A federal courtroom grievance says a North Carolina debt assortment firm and its leaders used lies, profanity and threats to trick shoppers into paying money owed they did not owe or that the corporate had no proper to gather.
The Charlotte Observer stories the Federal Commerce Fee stated Lombardo, Daniels & Moss LLC violated the FTC Act and the Truthful Debt Assortment Practices Act. In its 15-web page grievance , which was launched Tuesday, the FTC stated it’s looking for a everlasting injunction, restitution, refunds and different aid in reference to the Charlotte-based mostly firm’s actions.
The FTC says the defendants’ collectors repeatedly used profanity to intimidate shoppers into paying. The grievance says one collector informed somebody to only “pay the f—— factor” or go to jail, whereas one other collector cursed at a shopper’s sixteen-yr-previous daughter.
Info from: The Charlotte Observer, http://www.charlotteobserver.com
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