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Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Debt collectors sued for $1.3 million

Debt collectors sued for $1.3 million

A Jacksonville agency was probed after 130 complaints were filed.

TALLAHASSEE - A Jacksonville debt collection agency was sued for more than $1.3 million Monday by State Attorney General Bill McCollum on claims the agency was impersonating attorneys and state officials, threatening arrests and collecting excessive fees.

The lawsuit was filed in Duval County against Bass Prelitigation Services Inc.; a related company, Jackson Phillips & Associates; and the owners of both firms, Frank and Evelyn Jackson.

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