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Plaintiff v. United Collection Bureau, Inc.
Saxon Gilmore has a case pending in the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division, on behalf of the plaintiff concerning harassing telephone calls from debt collector, United Collection Bureau, Inc., (UCB). The complaint alleges UCB telephoned the plaintiff's neighbor and informed the neighbor that the plaintiff owed money and demanded that the neighbor relay a message to the plaintiff. Additionally, after counsel for Saxon Gilmore contacted UCB and informed UCB that Saxon Gilmore represented the plaintiff and requested UCB to cease all communications with the plaintiff and directed that all future communications regarding the debt be directed to Saxon Gilmore, UCB contacted the plaintiff directly in an effort to collect the debt.
The matter settled prior to trial.