T.P. hired us after CACH LLC and Mandarich Law Group hit him with a bank levy, taking $8,000. After some research we learned that they had obtained a default judgment for $26,767, but they had not given T.P. proper notice of the lawsuit. We brought a Motion to Vacate Default Judgmen
C.H. received notice that her wages were being garnished. She learned that CACH, LLC and its attorney, Michael Sipes had obtained a judgment against her and were seeking $18,000. She was distraught, but she found The Fullman Firm online and decided to take action. We were able
D.L. came to us seeking help with a debt of $10,554.54. CACH LLC had purchased this debt from Bank of America. Kentwood Law Group was collecting for CACH. After negotiations we were able to obtain a $3,000 settlement. One more happy Fullman client!
Mandarich contacted JK on behalf of CACH making claim for $18,397. JK reached a settlement agreement with Mandarich for $10,000 over the telephone and asked that they send him the deal in writing. They insisted that he had to first make a $5,000 payment over the telephone. He ag
CACH, LLC and Attorney Robert Colclough Wrongfully Empty Client’s Bank Account. Fullman Firm Saves the Day!
January 21, 2012
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The Problem: Out of state client improperly sued in California and default judgment wrongfully obtained. Money unlawfully levied from client’s bank account. Our Action: Two phone calls and one letter. The Result: Money returned, judgment vacated and case dismissed. A thank you not