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Norfolk Financial CorporationScam service

Norfolk Financial is violating FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act)regulations, MGL 93 (Massachusetts General Laws), and MGL 93A by using unfair and deceptive practices in the collection of debt. Thereby, violating citizen due process guaranteed in the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Norfolk Financial, Daniel Goldstone and Maureen Forsyth sue

consumers then send legal documents to old addresses. Therefore, consumers unknowningly default on court appearances. As a result, Norfolk obtains default judgments. They then proceed to seize property (cars, homes etc) and uses these seizures to obtain excessive payment that they are not entitled to. Norfolk Financial uses these guerilla tactics to terrorize consumers. This is occurring throughout Massachusetts and other states. The Massachusetts Attorney General, Office of the Division of Banks, the Federal Trade Commission, Massachusetts Bar Association and the United States Department of Justice have received complaints concerning Norfolk's practices. You do not have to experience this alone. There are many citizens who are experiencing this. We want to hear from you! Contact us at:

norfolkfinfraudvictims AT yahoo.com

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