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Re: Validation vs Verification Vs Violation??


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Posted by Keyser Soze (152.163.252.134) on April 30, 2004 at 20:58:13:

In Reply to: Validation vs Verification Vs Violation?? posted by LittleWays on April 30, 2004 at 17:27:14:

Start with the quick kill. There is no reason to pay CA one penny, ever. They sell allegedly 'forgiven' amount to a ding-toed cousin-collection agency who starts harrassing you anew, then report same as income to IRS on Form 1099. That means it's taxed at Unearned Income rates. Nice touch, proving old Gallic Adage, 'no good deed goes unpunished'.
CA suffers from amnesia; etiology: excess alchohol and crack in their lunch slop-pails, insuffient fiber. They forget you settled, start harrassing you again. Now you have two CA's plus IRS after you. All for your behaving honorably.
What else can you expect from criminals?

As to NY laws, etc., phone in complaints immediately, follow up in writing. Describe their actions and statements as you have on this board, they're expert in their field and will draw applicable charges.
Validation, verification, point is you're not considered expert, don't burden yourself. They are expert, they know jolly well you're asking them to prove their assertions. If they answer at all, it will be in form violating yet more rules.
Pre-emptive strikes are best way to deal with those who have served notice upon society that they are its enemy. Criminals, CA's, same ilk.
You can't earn their respect, nor engender sympathy. They see kindness as weakness, cooperation as opportunity. They are polyester business suits stuffed with ordure, to paraphrase Msr. Bonaparte, stinking of fear. Use it against them. Predators do unto others that which they most fear experiencing. They threaten you with legal trouble? Let them know, if they're hungry for trouble, you can fix them a banquet.
Nail them with every legal device at your command. You've done your research well, now stick it to these outhouse flies.

Stickily,

Keyser Soze

"You must condition them, so that the mention
of your name makes their hair stand on end."
- Proverb of kind, anonymous friend,
fellow cold warrior. Ca. 1999.


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