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  1. Square Two Financial organizational and ownership structure. This org chart is from Securities and Exchange Commission filings. It is 2010 filing so it may be outdated. SQ2 has about 15-16 shells that they utilize, only recognize CACH and CACV as JDBs. This is FYI only. SquareTwo-Financial-Corporation-Organizational-Structure-12-31-2010.pdf
  2. Having had a few years experience with this JDB, I am seeing a pattern in their operations. They have a network of attorneys around the country. These attorneys are franchisees of the CACH outfit. Each attorney apparently only gets an account for about a year. Then, if they don't get results by then (and they don't with me), the account is sent to another attorney's office, again, for a year. This cycle keeps repeating. For one account I have had 6 of their attorneys now. Even though I beat attorney #2 (the one in my state) in court. Most of them are licensed to practice in only one state, the state their office is located in. The only time to worry is when an attorney licensed in your state gets your account. Always send a DV letter, and state all phone calls are inconvenient, every time a new office gets an account. I have found that electing arbitration in the DV letter helps. They hate arbitration, as it costs them too much.