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Debt Collector Alleged to Have Faked Judges Order.

Out of Naples, Florida comes a wild story of a debt collector that is alleged to have forged a judges signature to get their way.

Let’s see if I can summarize it.

Blanche Stone of Stone Colman & Gonzalez Arbitration LLC is alleged to have sent 76 pages of “court orders” to a Naples medical firm demanding they pay her money.

Stone, who also uses the name Blanche, is really Blanchi Dugatkin, but she also called herself Donna Stone last year. Her business partner, husband William Dugatkin, also uses the name William Colman. Both were sentenced in 2006 in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., for setting up a bogus presidential campaign fundraiser. – Source

The orders received by the Naples medical firm are alleged to have been signed by Collier Circuit Judge Frank Baker. Among those orders are instructions the medical firm is supposed to issue retraction letters, retract a state Bar complaint, among other claims.

The paperwork bearing the supposed order by judge Baker was mailed from The UPS Store in Naples but is marked as coming from the Collier County Court House.

The new paperwork that includes Baker’s supposed order repeatedly refers to “Curcuit Court,” is riddled with grammatical errors and uses capital letters for emphasis. It says Stone Colman & Gonzalez Arbitration LLC has had its payments wrongly withheld.

The paperwork says judge Baker has reviewed “SEALED ORDERS” from Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It also says judge Baker reviewed documents from various congressmen and women; senators, including one Stone calls her cousin; former President Bill Clinton; President Barack Obama; and “SEALED” documents from FBI Director Robert Mueller. It calls the “SEALED” medical records “nothing short of APPALLING.” – Source

At the heart of the story appears to be 155 small claims cases filed by the debt collection company, that were tossed out and then the matter was referred to the state Bar for investigation of the unauthorized practice of law by the collection company.

If you have a few minutes, the story is worth a read and certainly would be the great foundation for a soap opera.

Read the entire story here.

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