The Connecticut Department of Banking has issued a cease and desist notice and civil penalty to Sameer Qadri and Accredited Law Group. Qadri has also been associated with Estate Law Group.
After a lack of response to many certified letter the State sent Qadri, the State has issued a final cease and desist letter for violation of Connecticut General Statutes on “Debt Adjusters and Debt Negotiation.”
Sameer, if you are reading this the State of Connecticut would kindly appreciate a check for $100,000 made payable to “Treasurer, State of Connecticut.” – Source
On a less expensive note, Rose Marie Hollander Attorney at Law, doing business as Consult Law Group. The State had found the fees charged by Hollander for debt negotiation services were excessive and ordered “Hollander provide repayment of the balance of the fees to identified Connecticut residents and provide repayment of all fees paid by certain other identified Connecticut residents and, among other things, provide evidence of such repayments to the Director of the Consumer Credit Division.”
While Hollander escaped a $100,000 civil penalty she was PERMANENTLY BARRED from engaging or offering to engage in debt negotiation in Connecticut in any capacity. – Source
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