RJM Acquisitions, LLC
|Address||245 Eigth Ave., #272|
Cases Against RJM Acquisitions, LLC
Farren v. RJM Acquisition Funding, L.L.C.
2005 WL1799413 (E.D. Pa. July 26, 2005). Consumer disputed the debt to the debt collector, and the debt collector waited seven months before notifying that credit bureaus of the disputed status. The court found this to be an unreasonable amount of time, and the account should have been marked as disputed earlier. The debt collector attempted to mislead the consumer by stating that they were not a collection agency. Since the debt collection letter clearly stated the facts, they were not held liable for this deception. Debt collector was not held for responsible for attempting to collect on debt that was a result of identity theft because they were unaware of the circumstance.
Ross v. RJM Acquisitions Funding, L.L.C.
2006 WL 752953(N.D. Ill. Mar. 16, 2006). Defendant attempted to collect on a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy. When debt collector found that the debt was discharged in bankruptcy, they stopped attempting to collect on the debt.