Collection company under fire in Kansas for illegal practices

Consumers targeted by Midland didn’t borrow any money from the company. In fact, they may not owe money to anybody.

Thunberg said he provided bank statements to Midland on three separate occasions showing that he had paid off the credit card debt, more than a year before Midland sued him.

But Midland wouldn’t stop trying.

When the court date came, Thunberg showed up with his lawyer. But nobody from Midland came.

Later, they found out Midland had dismissed the lawsuit the day before trial without telling them.

Source: The Wichita Eagle – Aug 8, 2011

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