Sharing my learning! Here is what I found on unifund-lawsuit.com In my specific case, I was sued in 2009, and Unifund used a robo-signed affidavit as their "proof". Kim Kinney was the person who allegedly signed the affidavit. In 2005, Kim Kinney was identified a previous case, Luke v Unifund, as the signer of a number of fraudulent affidavits. I googled and this is what came up. SUCH A NUGGET. If you are being sued by Unifund, you need to see this! WHAT’S THE CASE ABOUT?Our firm, Capstone Law APC, is litigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers whose alleged debts were purchased by Unifund CCR Partners and Unifund Corporation (“Unifund”) and against whom lawsuits were filed by Unifund as a means of collection. The lawsuit, entitled Grant v. Unifund CCR Partners, et. al., United States District Court for the Central District of California, Case No. 2:12-cv-03770-CAS-FFM, and is on appeal to the United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit, Case No. 12-56641. The lawsuit alleges Unifund engaged in the following unlawful conduct: failing to provide proper notice to consumers about alleged debts before filing lawsuits to recover said debts;filing lawsuits for alleged debts without effectuating proper service upon alleged debtors in order to obtain default judgments; andusing false and fraudulent “robo-signed” declarations and/or affidavits to support the collection of alleged debts.We believe that Unifund’s practice and policy of unlawfully collecting alleged debts by means of improper civil litigation is in violation of California consumer laws. If you are a California resident against whom Unifund filed a lawsuit for the collection and/or enforcement of any alleged debt at any time from September 30, 2007, to the present and would like to learn more about the case, please call us at 855.588.9772 or send an email to info@Unifund-Lawsuit.com. Be sure to give your name, telephone number, and the best time to reach you, and an attorney will get back to you soon.