I wasn’t really sure what to do with this question or statement that came in so I thought I’d just publish it and hope that others can add something to it regarding their experience with Michigan Debt Adjustors, positive, neutral, or negative.
The reason I’m doing this is that there is just little to nothing written or on the web about Michigan Credit Adjustors for people to research. They don’t even seem to have a website, but then again they don’t seem to have an office now either.
We were just put into bankruptcy by a debt management guy who ended losing his office to a suspicious fire. [We feel] he embezzled funds and we are trying to get our $ left over in our account before having to sue him. His name is Dennis King Michigan Credit Adjustors, Inc. Clinton Township Michigan.
I know he was overwhelmed, but if he did his job we wouldn’t be forced into bankruptcy. I think most of our disgust is that he helped two family members just fine before he went nuts and stopped doing his job.
He took our monthly payments and started skipping payments to the creditors. We were then sued twice by 2 credit card companies. This is how we found out. He then told us to ignore the complaint from the court and let it go to judgement, yeah right! The amounts were overstated and we have no clue as to how much was actually paid and how much he owes us after the breach of contract. We are figuring this out and will take him to court for our account balance.
Here is the newspaper report of the fire.
Three police officers who arrived at the scene of an intense fire in the afternoon of May 13 are being credited for helping a local man who was stranded on the building’s roof jump to safety.
According to Sgt. Greg Hoppe with the Mount Clemens Fire Department, at 3:37 p.m., the department received a call about a fire taking place at Michigan Credit Adjusters, which is located at 237 S. Gratiot Avenue. The caller also told the operator that a person at the scene needed assistance.
“We got the report of a person trapped on the roof of the building,” said Hoppe.
When the Fire Department arrived on the scene, they could see that New Baltimore resident Dennis King, 58, was stuck on the roof of the building, which was covered in smoke and flames. King is the co-owner of Michigan Credit Adjusters and had been inside the office when then flames broke out.
“When we arrived, Gratiot was completely smoke covered. There was flames covered in the side of the roof and there was a gentleman on the roof getting ready to jump off,” said Jeff Williams, fire inspector with the Mount Clemens Fire Department. Read complete article.
I’d love for someone from Michigan Credit Adjusters to help explain what happened in this case and what the backup plan is for clients after the fire. Hopefully the fire did not destroy client records or financial documents.
There are always two sides to every story.