Sued By Crown Asset Management LLC In New York or New Jersey?
- June 18, 2019
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By: Robert J. Nahoum
Three scenarios might have led you this article:
- You have just been notified by your bank that your account has been frozen because there is a debt collection judgment against you by some company called Crown Asset Management LLC.
- You’ve received a notice from your County Sheriff or a New York City Marshall that your wages will be garnisheed because there is a debt collection judgment against you from Crown Asset Management LLC.
- A process server has shown up to your home to deliver a summons and complaint or you’ve come home to find a summons and complaint taped to your door? Turns our, you’re being sued by Crown Asset Management LLC.
WHO IS CROWN ASSET MANAGEMENT LLC?:
Crown Asset Management LLC. is a “junk debt buyer”, buying up portfolios of old debt from banks, credit card companies, hospitals, doctors, cell phone companies and car companies for pennies on the dollar. The debt buyers then try to collect the full amount from consumers.
Crown Asset Management is a Georgia company located at 3100 Breckinridge Boulevard, Suite, 725, Duluth, Georgia 30096. They can be reached at (866) 696-4442 and via the web at http://www.crownasset.com/.
Through its attorneys of choice, and Stephen Einstein & Associates, Crown Asset Management is actively filing new debt collection lawsuits and pursuing and enforcing judgments awarded years ago through wage garnishments and frozen bank accounts.
Crown Asset Management is an accused notorious violator of federal debt collection laws known as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and is sued regularly by consumers for these violations. The FDCPA is a federal law that regulates the collection of consumer debts. It precludes third party debt collectors from using false, misleading, deceptive and harassing debt collection tactics.
THE PROBLEM WITH CROWN ASSET MANAGEMENT:
To Crown Asset Management, you the consumer are no more than an entry on a spreadsheet, you are data. Unfortunately for Crown Asset Management, entries on spreadsheets are not enough to win against you in court.
In a debt collection lawsuit, Crown Asset Management always has the burden to prove that the consumer is responsible for the debt. To meet this burden, Crown Asset Management must prove that: (1) it has the right to sue you; (2) the debt is yours; and (3) you owe the amount for which you were sued. It is never the burden of the consumer to prove that he or she does not owe the debt.
To meet its burden, the proof submitted by Crown Asset Management must be based on “personal knowledge”. Personal knowledge means that the person offering the evidence on behalf of Crown Asset Management must be a witness to the event shown in a particular document. For example, if credit card bills are offered into evidence on behalf of Crown Asset Management, the person offering the evidence must have personal knowledge of how the information in the credit card bill got there, how it is generated and how it is maintained. That person must have personal knowledge of the computer system and how it operates. If this person does not have such personal knowledge, the evidence is “hearsay” and it cannot be used.
Remember, to Crown Asset Management, you are just an entry on a spreadsheet. For this reason, Crown Asset Management routinely lacks the evidence necessary to prove its case and beat you in court.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:
If you’ve been sued by Crown Asset Management in a debt collection lawsuit, consider hiring a qualified attorney experienced in debt defense. The Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum, P.C. routinely represents consumers in debt collection lawsuits brought by debt buyers like Crown Asset Management in New York and New Jersey.
As with all of our debt defense cases, The Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum, P.C. analyzes debt collection cases brought by debt buyers like Crown Asset Management to determine if any violations of the FDCPA have occurred. If so, we recommend to our clients that suit be brought in Federal District Court on behalf of the consumer and against the debt buyer.
If a debt buyer like Crown Asset Management violates the FDCPA, you can sue it for statutory damages up to $1,000.00 plus actual damages (like pain and suffering) and your attorney’s fees. In FDCPA cases, The Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum, P.C. doesn’t charge our clients a penny out of pocket.
If you need help settling or defending a debt collection lawsuit, stopping harassing debt collectors or suing a debt collector, contact us today to see what we can do for you. With office located in Brooklyn and Rockland County, the Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum defends consumers in debt collection cases throughout the Tristate area including New Jersey.
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