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    Anne Onime Guest

    Default ROSEWOOD HUDSON SCREENING SERVICES

    ROSEWOOD HUDSON
    INFO ON TENANTS, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS, BORROWERS

    2727 Franklin Road SW
    Roanoke, VA 24014
    (866) 397-4100

    The leader in screening and investigations for the mid-Atlantic region.

    Call us, you won’t regret it. Ask for Richard Woolwine or Alicia Reedy.

    Licensed in all 50 states.


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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: ROSEWOOD HUDSON SCREENING SERVICES

    Anne Onime <[email protected]> wrote:

    > ROSEWOOD HUDSON
    > INFO ON TENANTS, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS, BORROWERS
    >
    > 2727 Franklin Road SW
    > Roanoke, VA 24014
    > (866) 397-4100
    >
    > The leader in screening and investigations for the mid-Atlantic

    region.
    >
    > Call us, you won’t regret it. Ask for Richard Woolwine or Alicia

    Reedy.
    >
    > Licensed in all 50 states.



    I just watched the movie "Rosewood" on cable TV yesterday. What a
    terrible tragedy. Expertly depicted. Upsetting.

    Andy

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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: ROSEWOOD HUDSON SCREENING SERVICES

    On Sep 27, 8:41*am, Anne Onime <anonym...@rip.ax.lt> wrote:
    > ROSEWOOD HUDSON
    > INFO ON TENANTS, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS, BORROWERS
    >
    > 2727 Franklin Road SW
    > Roanoke, VA 24014
    > (866) 397-4100
    >
    > The leader in screening and investigations for the mid-Atlantic region.
    >
    > Call us, you won’t regret it. Ask for Richard Woolwine or Alicia Reedy.
    >
    > Licensed in all 50 states.


    I called and I regret it.

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    Nan Guest

    Default Re: ROSEWOOD HUDSON SCREENING SERVICES

    What is your motive in posting all these???


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    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default ROSEWOOD HUDSON Criminally misrepresents itself as a law firm

    Look what I found. Took about thirty seconds.

    http://www.roanoke.com/news/roanoke/10931.html

    excerpt
    Atlantic Credit & Finance is affiliated with at least three other companies:
    The Law Office of John P. Frye, Virginia Credit & Finance, and Rosewood
    Hudson & Associates. Its Columbia, Md., office was set up with the name
    Rosewood Hudson & Associates, but it later merged with Atlantic.

    "Rosewood Hudson holds itself out as being a law firm, when in fact they are
    nothing other than a collection agency. That was the primary target of our
    lawsuit," said Brian Bromberg, an attorney in New York City who sued
    Rosewood and Atlantic over calls made in July 2002. In the suit, which was
    settled for $1,500 plus attorney fees and court costs, answering machine
    tapes showed that a collector called the plaintiff claiming to be an "asset
    investigator for the law firm of Rosewood Hudson," Bromberg said.

    Virginia State Corporation Commission records show that Rosewood Hudson &
    Associates merged with Atlantic Credit & Finance in March of this year. But
    it did not list Rosewood Hudson as a law firm.

    Earlier this year, plans were announced for a new company called Virginia
    Credit & Finance, which is to be a "servicing partner" of Atlantic,
    according to a press release from the office of Gov. Mark Warner. It will be
    located in Richmond.

    Consumers have also received letters claiming to be from both Atlantic
    Credit & Finance and The Law Office of John P. Frye. The Virginia State Bar
    officially lists John P. Frye as a lawyer who has an office in
    Mechanicsville.

    Steve Conley, an attorney in Louisiana, filed a lawsuit in federal court
    Aug. 20 against The Law Office of John P. Frye for sending a collection
    letter to his client Herbert S. Williams. Conley said the letter illegally
    implies that Williams would be sued.

    "If a consumer gets a letter that says he's going to be taken to court, he
    knows the price of poker just went up," Conley said. "So if the attorney is
    not involved in this file, and if it is, in fact, a collection agency
    masquerading as a law firm, then that's a very unfair and deceptive
    practice."

    John P. Frye is not licensed to practice in Louisiana, according to its
    state bar.

    "The letter conveys the impression that the lawyer is going to file against
    the debtor in court in Louisiana. The letter is deceptive if the lawyer is
    not actually licensed in the debtor's state."

    John P. Frye did not return messages left at his offices in Mechanicsville
    and Roanoke.

    Conley said he believes the letters are produced "by the hundreds of
    thousands."







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