Steinmeyer Law Review

I received a voice-mail from an unavailable numer, who identified himself as James Winters, a county P.O. (he did not say what County). James told me that he received information from Steinmeyer Law that they were filing a SC 133 Compal in because I failed to reply to a debt notice. He said failure to comply would result in further legal action, and told me to contact Steinmeyer Law if I had any questions. He left the numer (714) 243-5377. I contacted the number, and a woman who did not disclose her name answered. I gave her the account number given to be James, and she said she would have to put me on hold because she was unable to pull up any information on her computer, and would have to find the hard copy. After 5 minutes she returned and gave me an old US Bank Account Number of mine, which I had already paid off in 2009. When asked if they could send me proof of debt, they said that they were unable to send me anything. They then told me that I would need to file a 1099c with the IRS, otherwise I would face legal action. I asked again for them to send me information containing proof of debt, and she refused. I contacted US Bank, who told me to ignore the phone call, and report the number to the BBB.

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