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Over this past weekend I have received several emails in regards to a new found collection agency being started by Hope Gambill in Chenoa Illinois. In addition several inquiries about PAM. ..Paramount Asset Management. Boy the Property Preservation Industry , PPI, sure does provide some very entertaining fodder.
Hope gambill chenoa, Illinois
As you know I have a weakness when it comes to helping people. So I and a partner have decided to direct it in such a way that it can help every one of you who have been ripped off.
We are starting a debt collection business to help you recover your wages that were never paid.
If you have an unresolved issue with a company that is refusing to pay, contact me and we will accept your case and move forward.
Comment below and I will be in touch ð
Now before any members of Labor in the PPI decide to roll the dice here is what the state of Illinois has to say…notice the highlighted word.
The Illinois Licensing Requirement
Debt collectors who have offices in Illinois must obtain a license before attempting to collect any debts or obtain any clients. If a debt collector fails to get a license, the state can impose a fine of up to $5,000 for each violation or charge the collector with a crime.
If a debt collector is located out of state and is trying to contact you via phone or mail then it does not need an Illinois license so long as it has a license in the state from which it is contacting you.
Now both PAM & Hope are and have been involved in the PPI for some time now. Both should also know the laws. My question to Mr. Hess is this, is PAM licensed in your state? Are they licensed to conduct PPI business in your jurisdiction??? Many in the PPI forget thus aspect. Many in the PPI also forget that subject matter jurisdiction occurs WHERE the services are completed. Members of Labor in the PPI also forget that the âno lienâ clauses are illegal in just about every state.
Just a little food for thought as you start your weekâ¦
Until Next Timeâ¦