Are you being hounded by calls from an auto
lender because a friend or a relative listed you as a reference? Well, we can stop the
calls and recover money for you. Hi folks, I’m Sergei Lemberg. I run the
consumer law firm of Lemberg Law. We do not charge consumers for our services and we’ve
recovered more than thirty million dollars for more than ten thousand clients. If a friend or a family member had so-so credit
and tried to buy a car, chances are they had to list references on their loan applications.
Whether you know it or not, your name and phone number might have ended up on that list. That list might be in the hands of GO Financial.
If your friend or family member skipped payments on the car loan, you could be getting calls
from GO Financial. Let me tell you a few things about GO Financial.
They offer services for subprime loans through automobile dealerships. They do automobile
debt collection as well. They’re licensed in 44 states and have 400 call center employees. GO Financial could be harassing you or calling
your cell phone. They could try to pressure you into telling them where the car is or
where your friend is or even trying to convince you to make payment. If you’re getting these kinds of calls from
GO Financial, they could be violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Under the law, you could be entitled to up
to $1,500 a call for the TCPA violations. There’s only one way to find out. Pick up
the phone. Give us a call. We’ll be glad to talk to you. Our representation doesn’t
cost you anything and there are no fees unless we win. We’ll get you get you the justice