I am one of those scammed by the above. I signed up in 2007 and of course wish I had checked this out closer. To make matters worse, the reason I signed up in the first place was due to being scammed in a business by people that had also been Christians. I now find out the mess but not before Bob had referred me to Attorney Rodney Brisco out of Houston. In reading your information, I see this atty name mentioned in all this. Can you tell me anything about this attorney. He is handling a lawsuit for me with Bank of America credit card and I am in the middle of this.
I know I will have to be patient since you are obviously very busy so I signed up for your e-mails. I dont know who to trust anymore as I simply must have terrible judgment. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. I did find a person in the attorney general’s office to call in Houston but since this attorney is representing Lindsey I dont know what to do.
Are you still working with Lindsey? It wasn’t clear from your question if he recently referred you to Rodney Brisco or this was a previous referral.
What is your current financial situation and what is the goal you are trying to achieve? Maybe I can get you going in the right direction if you are still having troubles.
According to the Texas Bar Association, here is the information you asked about regarding Rodney Brisco.
3730 Kirby Drive
Houston, TX 77098
License: 03008100 granted on 5-11-1984
Graduated from the University of Texas law school.
Sanctioned 1-23-2001 and under probation till 1-21-2003.
On Jan. 23, Rodney Emil Brisco [#03008100], 42, of Houston received a two-year, partially-probated suspension effective Jan. 22, with the first 30 days actively served and the remainder probated. An evidentiary panel of the District 4-J Grievance Committee found Brisco committed professional misconduct during the representation of a business entity in a lawsuit. Briscoe neglected certain duties and on two occasions failed to appear in court, thereby causing damages and expenses for his client. He failed to respond to notice of the complaint from the grievance committee or appear before the committee though duly notified. Brisco violated Rules 1.01(b)(1) and (b)(2), 1.03(a) and (b), 1.14(b), and 8.04(a)(1) and (a)(8). – Source
Rodney Emil Brisco, 40, of Houston accepted a public reprimand on Nov. 3, 1998. – Source
Rodney Brisco is also involved with Bob Lindsey and was instrumental in writing some of Lindesey’s materials he uses including the “Debt Relief Services Manual” that was given to clients. – Source
You can read the full suit that includes Rodney Brisco, here.