Typically, I would not make a post of this kind here. But seeing as I have found some information on Google which negatively associates me with Cobra Collection Agency of Columbus, GA, I must post a response that will also be Google-able (is that a word?) to offset that negative association.
I won’t get into lots of details here but I will reveal some undeniable and absolutely verifiable information. But there are some things I want to make absolutely clear here.
As of December 2006, I (as president of my corporation) issued a written Cease and Desist Order to Cobra Collection Agency that we did not want to utilize their collection services any longer (verifiable through a letter I wrote).
After months of asking for reports and payments (absolutely verifiable through a series of emails and letters), it became too problematic to work with the owner, Janice Ledden, her staff, and firm any longer. A bad working relationship had to end.
We finally did get a report and a check. But then that check bounces (absolutely verifiable through a copy of the NSF check). I have charged my law firm to collect from them. Can you imagine that? Collecting from a collections agency? How ironic is that? Time will tell if I will get any money from Cobra Collection Agency at all. If not, I will consider it a valuable lesson learned indeed.
There was a time I was friendly with Cobra Collection Agency and I volunteered to register and set up a website called cobraagency.com. I have no ownership or management interest in the company. The only relationship I have with them is simply as an ex-client. I have relinquished the domain cobraagency.com back to the public. I want nothing to do with it and regret registering it as it has been misinterpreted by others that I may have had an ownership or management interest in Cobra Collection Agency. It is simply not true and not the case.
I have my suspicions and opinions of what is going on but I cannot publicly say it. Nor is it really that important. What is important to the public at large is that I issued a Cease and Desist Order in December 2006 and wished I had done it sooner. Getting a NSF check from them only reinforced my thought that I did the right thing.
Update: For the latest information, visit The Cobra Collections Agency Scam website.
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