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  1. Both Credit One Bank and LVNV Funding are situated in Las Vegas, Nevada. Credit One Bank has an address of 585 Pilot Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119. Meanwhile, LVNV Funding is situated at 625 Pilot Road, Suite 3, Las Vegas, NV 89119. Both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of the "Sherman Financial Group." Credit One Bank sells its defaulted accounts to LVNV, which is right next door. Does that smack of antitrust violations? Is it a violation of the Sherman Act? (Which deters monopolies and antitrust issues), and is controlled by the FTC and the Department of Justice (in Criminal Matters). The "Sherman Group" holds all of the companies, including the Bank of Marin, AKA, Credit One Bank, the subprime credit card issuer. If you are caught up in this scheme, you can report it to the Fair Trade Commission at: Office of Policy and Coordination Room 7117 Bureau of Competition Federal Trade Commission 601 New Jersey Ave, NW Washington, D.C. 20580 Antitrust@ftc.gov
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