|Well, I just wrote my report at length, and now again. OK, it was on the phone on 12/9/2010, when I was speaking to Hays Law Center in Lake Forest. Before I knew it, I was being shown how it works and this man led me down a "client portal" on the computer to "show me how it works." I felt like it was entrapment. I was told cost would be 4 payments of $624/month, which I am not able to afford. I called to listen, not enroll, but I was snagged, and told to expect an orientation call Monday. Luke Sopollo and I spoke on that fateful day and I opted out verbally with Luke on 12/15/2010, via message left on his voice mail. I thought that was the end of it, and I did not ever receive a call back orientation, nor did I supply any documents for them to work with...NONE! |
My bank reported an attempt to autodraft $659 from my overdrawn account, and the check was from Hays Law Firm, and the check was returned and I called the firm, spoke to Luke loudly and said I have put stop payments on your firm so future attempts to suck money out of me would be futile. I again verbally stated I opted out, never got involved, no communication...nothing. I believe they put a cease and desit letter on Bank of America. That's it!
Today I get a letter from Hays Law Center, Lake Forest, signed by the Director, C.R. Elkins, in which, I quote, "we have put substantial work into setting up your case. A reconcilation invoice may be forthcoming for the services we have performed to date."
I will not be responsible for such irresponsibility, and I will pay no money to this "llaw center", when it's painfully obvious they are hustlers and scammers and pondscum, in my opinion. I dare them to try to bill me...For What??? Attorneys have mighty big fat heads and fat wallets and take advantage of broke, disabled seniors who are desperately seeking a legitimate way of saving their home. I have lived here for 26 years, lost ability to work as a RN, now on very low income and the banks and attorneys laugh and loiter and really do nothing but keep us dangling on the end of a string. Enough is enough!!