I just found their collection letter.
‘Rubber Duck’ Reports: In a fairly recent 2008 memorandum decision in the Supreme Court of New York State, the modus operandi, and therefore inherent personification of the entity, “Creditor Interchange”, its ownership, management and counselor’s is made public for all to see. Although the defendant was ultimately awarded dismissal, the plaintiff’s reference to the use of misleading oral promises, as well of employing ‘dark legal practice’ in the phrasing of written contracts by Creditor Interchange is eloquently described within the context of the decision, and could be construed as a warning to others deliberating on whether to enter into any business agreements with the parent company, Credint Holdings, LLC, Creditor Interchange, LLC, its ownership, management, counselor’s and others, directly or indirectly involved with its affiliated businesses and/or ad hoc associations. The text of the above referenced proceeding is posted on the internet at: http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/comdiv/PDFs/8th%20JD%20DOIs/Gouchie%20MD.pdf The plaintiff in the proceeding, Mr. Kenneth Gouchie, may or may not be petitioned for advice regarding Creditor Interchange and his original complaint. It’s possible that he may be contacted at: Kenneth P. Gouchie 1800 Highland Ave Fall River, MA 02720 (508) 567-3395 It is of additional interest that the planned acquisition of Creditor Interchange by Debt Resolve, Inc. (AMEX: DRV), terminated by the buyer, was due to Creditors Interchange’s breach of its representations and warranties under the purchase agreement related to its financial condition as well as the existence of a material adverse change in the financial condition of Creditors Interchange. Debt Resolve Co-Chairman and CEO, James D. Burchetta said: "We are extremely disappointed we had to terminate our efforts to acquire Creditors Interchange. Unfortunately, the deterioration of the financial condition of Creditors Interchange left us no choice.” Additional references: 1) Chairman, providing guidance for Creditor Interchange is: Mr. Bryan Daniels, of Prairie Capital: 300 S. Wacker Drive #1050 Chicago IL 60606 (312) 360-1133 email@example.com www.prairie-capital.com 2) March 12, 2008 Gary Holter Named as President & CEO of Creditors Interchange. BACKGROUND Gary Holter has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Creditors Interchange, Inc. since March 13, 2008. Mr. Holter has been Chief Financial Officer of Creditors Interchange, Inc. since 2003. Mr. Holter is responsible for all aspects of the Creditors Interchange's operations. He has over twenty-five years of operational management experience through various executive level positions in a broad range of industries. 3) Joseph Jerge acts as Senior Vice President of Collections at corporate headquarters. 4} Thomas Wilcox acts as Director of Marketing at corporate headquarters. 5) Additional court dockets involving Creditors Interchange: http://dockets.justia.com/search?q=Creditors+Interchange 6) Creditors Interchange Corporate Office: 80 Holtz Drive, Cheektowaga, New York 14225 Phone: 716-614-7500 Fax: 716-614-7546 www.Creditorsinterchange.com 7) It was last reported that Prairie Capital was in discussions to acquire Creditors Interchange. Watch press releases at www.prairie-capital.com for the latest news on that subject. NOTICE: The information contained in this report is based on publicly available records and press releases. Regardless of the information researched and reported on here, it shall not imply that the entities referenced are any less than professional and law abiding in their commercial dealings. -end report
Very interesting. I don't know why the comments are losing the line breaks, have to try to fix that. I just scanned the memorandum at http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/comdiv/PDFs/8th%20JD%20DOIs/Gouchie%20MD.pdf -- collectors don't just screw consumers, they screw each other too. "Regardless of the information researched and reported on here, it shall not imply that the entities referenced are any less than professional and law abiding in their commercial dealings" That is very funny! Many collectors are having financial problems and it shows as their collection effort become even more ruthless.