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  • Felony Charges Against Debt Collection Company that Targeted Consumers Felony Charges Against Debt Collection Company that Targeted Consumers November 12, 2013 BUFFALO, NY (WKBW/RELEASE) - Attorney General Eric T Schneiderman announced the potential filing of felony charges against the owner of a debt collection company that targeted consumers and harassed consumers and their families with threats of arrest and criminal investigation. The investigation led to the filing of criminal charges against Gregory Cipressi of Unified Portfolio Servicing in Cheektowaga, owner and operator of Unified Portfolio Servicing, LLC, UPS, LLC, Unified PS Group, LLC all debt collection companies based in the Buffalo area. In addition to the criminal charges, the Attorney General has also filed a civil lawsuit seeking to shut down Cipressi's operation and secure restitution, penalties, and costs. The action is the latest in Attorney General Schneiderman ongoing probe of illegal practices in the debt collection industry. The investigation found that Cipressi specifically targeted consumers, referring to their alleged debts as “special accounts.” Cipressi instructed employees to threaten criminal investigations and threats of arrest with warrants. Employees were identifying themselves as investigators. Cipressi further instructed employees to inflate the balances owing on payday loans by thousands of dollars, both of which are illegal debt collection tactics. According to several former employees, Cipressi instructed his employees to threaten criminal prosecution in order compel them to pay. In addition, the investigation uncovered that Cipressi's employees falsely told consumers or their families that they worked for the County Courts and illegally demanded immediate payment. Employees allegedly said that if payment was not made immediately, the consumer would be arrested by the police and would face a criminal charge for an NSF check. “This individual is accused of operating his businesses in a lawless fashion, instructing his collectors to do anything necessary to collect on an alleged debt, even if it meant harassing and threatening consumers and their families,” said Attorney General Schneiderman. “We will continue to investigate debt collectors who try to take advantage of unsuspecting individuals facing hard economic times and we will bring them to justice.” Among the allegations detailed in Attorney General Schneiderman's court papers, Cipressi and his collectors: ● Falsely claimed to be lawyers, investigators, detectives, and mediators ● Threatened consumers with arrest, jail, and lawsuits ● Threatened to seize the assets of consumers ● Inflated the amount allegedly owed ● Attempted to collect debts from consumers not knowing if the consumer actually owed the debt ● Targeted family members of consumers, wrongfully disclosing the existence of alleged debts to family members, and attempted to collect the alleged debts from family members ● Harassed consumers through repeated and constant calls, using abusive language ● Levied unauthorized charges on the credit card accounts of consumers The civil case against Gregory Cipressi and Unified Portfolio Servicing is being handled by Assistant Attorney General James Morrissey and Senior Consumer Fraud Representative Karen Davis under the supervision of Deputy Attorney General for Regional Affairs J. David Sampson. The criminal case is being handled by Assistant Attorney General Paul McCarthy under the supervision of Deputy Bureau Chief Richard Ernst and Bureau Chief Gail Heatherly of the Criminal Prosecutions Bureau.

    11/12/2013 8:26PM
  • Leaves voicemail stating "UPS LLC" quick google search turned up Unified Portfolio Servicing LLC Debt Collection Service. Sounds like a scam

    10/16/2013 2:53PM

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