Denver BBB case # 75147644
I have incurred statutory and actual damages from the improper, unethical and illegal reporting and collection practices initiated and perpetuated by the lawfirm Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C.
Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C. did, through their agent and Partner Kristi Bunge, report and attempt to collect a business debt as a
The original creditor was Red Peak Properties the owner of 1600 Glenarm Place.
I signed with RedPeak Properties for a corporate apartment at 1600 Glenarm Pl. on behalf of a company for whom I was an officer. At the time, our company was a publicly traded entity with many hundreds of shareholders.
The company was subsequently sold along with all assets and liabilities through a lawfirm in the Pacific Northwest to a company in the pharmaceutical industry. Red Peak claimed liquidated damages for a lease break in the amount of over $6,000.
This alleged debt is corporate debt, not personal. It was disputed and contested. At some juncture, Red Peak hired Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C. to collect this debt.
Through this course of action, Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C.
somehow acquired my social security number and began reporting this debt improperly on my PERSONAL credit report and also attempted to improperly collect this debt from me personally.
As a lawfirm, originally incorporated in the State of Colorado in 1995, Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C. knew, should have known or was reckless in not knowing that a "C Corporation" constitutes a seperate legal structure from the persons that operate said corporation as "Officers" and or "Directors", while attempting to classify and collect an alleged corporate debt as a personal debt.
On 5/23/2011 Kristi Bunge, a partner at Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C. was given opportunity to correct this issue by discontinuing the incorrect, unethical and illegal reporting and collection activities and she chose to ignore the issue instead.
I have also filed a complaint against her with the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Attorney Regulation for Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius' illegal and unethical activities, violations of FCRA 623 & 611 and FDCPA 805 and 809.
As of June 7, 2011 this matter has not yet been litigated.
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