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Fraudulent Process Servers in court

Wow.  I am really excited to see this article.  It's something that we talk about, and suspect, but in this case the process server's own records proved the fraud.  Go New York State Attorney General!

 

http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2009/04/lawsuit_new_york_firm_lied_abo.html

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Re: Fraudulent Process Servers in court

Unreal!!!!!!!!
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Re: Fraudulent Process Servers in court


jesslyn wrote:

Wow.  I am really excited to see this article.  It's something that we talk about, and suspect, but in this case the process server's own records proved the fraud.  Go New York State Attorney General!

 

http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2009/04/lawsuit_new_york_firm_lied_abo.html


 

I hope they throw the book at them!

 

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Re: Fraudulent Process Servers in court

Sewer service is not a new phenomenon.  As in this case, only the stupidest and most underhanded ever get caught.
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Re: Fraudulent Process Servers in court

I have a default judgement against me that I just discovered this spring 2012 it was awarded in June of 2007. I'm going to try to vacate the judgement and eventually get it thrown out. The process server who supposedly served me was named in the investigation as was the notary who signed it. In her description of me I was a 51-65 year old.....Hahahaha. At the time I was 33. Hopefully the judge will grant me my motion to vacate.

 

I wish there were some updated information on the huge lawsuit!!! anybody have any updates?

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