|I have read several other bad reports with regards to The Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore and even though this attorney may call these reports "sour grapes", my experience with them has been almost exact as the others.|
My young daughter, barely 20 rented an Apartment with Miller Estates. Making absolutley no excuses for my daughter, she definitely went through her routy stage and was evicted from the apartment. She was 100% in agreement that she was in the wrong and that she would do anyhting and everything to work with Miller Estates, of which they were happy to work with her up until she signed her eviction notice, that quickly they turned the papers over the The Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore. She sat down with The Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore and went through each discrepency line by line and once the amount was agreed upon, she signed a payment plan with The Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore.
In September she needed to pay off another bill and asked The Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore, if it were possible to skip 3 payments and start up again in December and if this was possible.
I came into the picture, when for the last 3 weeks I have heard my daughter trying to contact someone that could speak to her about her account as she received a phone call three weeks ago that she needed to pay the entire balance by January 26, 2011 or they would take her to court. The balance that they wanted by January 26, 2011 is $2,000 more then the original balance. Then "just" today, she received a REQUEST TO SUBMIT FOR DECISION, as it stated that they had sent her The Motion and Supportive Memorandum were filed on December 3, 2010 and they had not received a response from my daughter. This would be because, nothing was sent to our address on December 3, 2010. We have no idea where it was sent, but from reading all of the other reports, it probably went to her old apartment, of which, The Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore, LLC, are fully aware that she no longer lives there. P.S. the new Augmented Judgement and Order has increased even another $2,000, so now a 20 year old has a supposed debt of $6,000, of which $4,000 can not be accounterd for, as well as, now that I have gotten involved and running the Accounting Department for a rather large Company, has come across several double charges on my daughters account and future rents that extend longer than her original lease.
What has gotten the most of my attention is the fact that this Firm can come up with ficticious amounts, that do not require back-up, they can say that they sent letters to people without being required to show any proof, such , as a certified letter, and that they are getting away with this. With a father that has retired frrom the FBI and working in the Professional Licensing Division, this has now become my New Year's resolution, to make sure that this is brought to the public attention, in everyway possible.