The Law Center

United States CA, LLC now UNISTATES CA
Address  2809 Wherle Drive
City Williamsville
State New York
Zip Code 14221
Address 100 Linden Oaks, #202
City Rochester
State New York
Zip Code 14625
Phone 1 716-565-1430
Phone 2 585-387-9783
Phone 3 585-393-6561
Phone 4 800-270-8107
Phone 5 866-645-9007
Fax 1  585-486-1973
Fax 2 585-385-2669
Fax 3 716-565-1435
Head Debt Collectors:
Mark F. Bohn, President & CEO
Douglas J. MacKinnon, Executive VP
James J. Reeves, VP of Operations
Mark W. Gray, VP of Portfolio Acquisitions, President of First American Investment Company, LLC
Carl A. Steinbrenner, NYS Attorney, VP, General Counsel and Secretary
George H. Klemann, Diretor of Finance and Treasurer
Harvey A. Denis, Director of Portfolio Litigation Placement
John Sortino, Director of Portfolio Placement Support (Notary on Bogus Affidavits)
Amy Oatmeyer, Account Manager, Signor of Perjured Affidavits

Is the Law Center Still Calling You about False Debts?

Many Americans have been harassed on the phone by the Law Center. If you are one of them, do not know what to do and how to fight back, it is time to call to Francis & Mailman law firm.

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Why You Should Hire Francis & Mailman?

The law firm of Francis & Mailman is here to protect you from abusive calls and violent tactics of the Law Center. The credit errors or false debts can be a result of identity theft or mixing up your social security number.

Call us today at 877-735-8600 to discuss your case. We also offer a free case review. You can trust to Francis & Mailman. We will fight back and stop collection.


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