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About IndiraMehta

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  1. I am thinking of filing in small claims for fraud and to recover the costs necessary to hire a REAL CPA to re-do my 2015 income tax returns. I think in CA, individuals can sue for 7500 or 10,000. I choose small claims because: * I have the bank with whom the fake CPA does business. It is a private bank. It is likely that I can levy this bank account if I receive a judgement. Private bank account holders... likely have much more money in their accounts than ordinary people. * The fake CPA is not allowed to bring counsel with them to court, severely limiting their recourse and abi
  2. I have filed, and won 4 credit-related lawsuits pro se. Two were having erroneous credit card judgements quashed and vacated. One was a contract dispute, and another was an ID-theft related robo-case. While it is difficult, I don't doubt my ability to file and, ideally, win such a suit. The ex spouse has already provided a deposition in a related matter, and his responses are legal evidence. I am not 100% certain of the fake tax preparer's assets. While I am interested in recovery, I am not considering this for money. These fake tax returns were falsified for use in conjunction
  3. My ex spouse used a fake tax preparer to help him file fake 2015 tax returns and re-file fake 2011-2015 tax returns. A refund, I am not sure the amount, was issued and I did not know about or receive it. I have identified the fake tax preparer, and I have reported the preparer to the IRS and State tax agencies. Today I am going to the police station to make also a report. Since the person is not an enrolled agent, and therefore not registered with my state's Board of Accountancy, they say that I can't report the fake provider there. How do I sue the fake tax preparer pro se
  4. New information: Portfolio included the following with the summons: Bill of Sale AffidavitI am waiting for a scan of all of these documents. Will update.
  5. I'm helping my relatives fight Portfolio Recovery in Florida. I am in California. I know nothing about Florida. Here's the deal: Their case management conference in Small Claims in Florida is Tomorrow. My initial advice to my parents was to get the case management conference postponed so they could buy time to work this stuff out. The advice was not heeded, and now their case management conference is tomorrow. Here's what I know: 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCIATES LLC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed a
  6. found this for florida: SO ... does this mean once I get it filed, I can move forward with a bank levy or Notice of Order of Examination (debtor's exam) right away, or that I need to wait 30 days?
  7. I remember way back someone on this forum sent in a truck to physically remove stuff from a JDB's office after winning a judgment. Here's the deal: My business won a small calims judgment against a large multinational company. They lost squarely. We won! Yay! They've been slow to cough up. So, we filed for an Order for Examination -- to force the judgement debtors to show in court. No one has shown up. They're still in business. They're headquartered in another state (Florida), and its a bit unclear as to how to go about enforcing this judgment. Levying their bank accounts is just too
  8. Got clarity. SoapySuds suing for breach of accord is NOT claim splitting. Why? My small claims action over breach of accord is an entirely separate issue than the lease payments YuckCo had been debiting. Our judgement against YuckCo is SAFE! They failed to show for court, improperly requested a continuance, and attempted to submit evidence which was inadmissable The accord we entered into, was extremely clear about what the accord consisted of, the satisfaction ($$) was provided and not contested at any point, and ultimately, YuckCo agreed to stop collecting against the account from the
  9. My business filed a small claims suit against YuckCo Cable Co to recover incorrectly debited lease payments, after they failed to install our cable, then continued to charge my business, SoapySuds. Because YuckCo had previously accepted a previous agreement to stop debiting us and breached it, we sued in small claims for breach of accord. In the course of filing the small claims case, it came to light that YuckCo had erroneously reported that I was in default on the account on my credit report within the tradelines found on my credit report. (Even though this whole time YuckCo had been auto-
  10. UPDATE::: I sent in a counter offer, with a new release I drafted myself (thanks Credator!), and a demand for the actual amount in damages + $500. A quick email exchange and they declined and counter-offered, which was not a good counter offer. I'm going to wait this out until court. Since the original posting, I sold more copies. By the time the court date comes round, I'll have made a nice chunk of change. I plan to amend my book (second edition!!) with forms and flowcharts for anyone else suffering with YuckCo the way I have. This forum, and others, have really reaffirmed my rights as
  11. Inspired by my efforts to challenge YuckCo Cable, I decided to publish an ebook retelling my factual experiences with YuckCo Cable company. It's been up for a week. I've sold 31 copies! Yay! ....and then.... YuckCo today sent me a settlement offer with following provision: My main issues with signing this release is that their 'alliance partners' at YuckCo include my bank, and 5 of the 6 largest banks in the country. Additionally, per YuckCo's website, Experian and Equifax are their advertising affiliates. Questions: 1) If I accept their settlement, will I need to take down my ebook
  12. Go to the Courthouse on Monday, with your case number, and ask to see the complete court docket for yourself. Bring cash or a credit card, and make sure you make photocopies. (Some courts are pricey, some arent so pricey, but they do charge per page.) Once you're home with your COMPLETE COURT DOCKET COPIES, go through each filing from the very beginning of the case. You should see your previous response included as part of the court record. This will give you a great starting point to figure out your plan of action.
  13. I'm going to wait the 1 week to verify that the thing is 100% removed from my consumer report, then move to dismiss. It SUCKS SO HARD that this is the default mode for operating for these companies. They screw up, then continue to screw up, and once you're nice and roughed up, they cave.
  14. BACKGROUND I am in CaliforniaYuckCo is a company whom I hired to install internet service. They mailed a cablebox, and later failed to send a technician to hook everything up. After 2 months of missed appointments, I wrote in and told them I am not going to pay monthly charges for something I couldn't use and I mailed back their box. (I had never opened the package.) I got new service through AwesomeCable, whose technicians confirmed YuckCo didn't even HAVE service lines in my area to begin with.YuckCo continued to bill me, asserting the cable box was a noncancellable lease.I sent a letter ass