It appears the ever vigilant and on-the-ball Connecticut Department of Banking was searching for Bobby Blackmon and Financial Help Services, Inc. The State says, “on November 23, 2015, the Order and Notice was sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to Respondent (Certified Mail Nos. 70143490000235259701 and 70143490000235259718), and to its registered agents Business Filings Incorp (Certified Mail No. 70143490000235259725), and Bobby Blackmon (Certified Mail No. 70133020000042267650).”
Apparently the State is miffed about alleged violations of the tough “Sections 36a-655 to 36a-665, inclusive, of the Connecticut General Statutes, contained in Part II of Chapter 669 of the Connecticut General Statutes, “Debt Adjusters and Debt Negotiation.”
Because of the lack of a response, the State says “Respondent has engaged in acts or conduct which, pursuant to Sections 36a-657(b) and 36a-52(a) of the Connecticut General Statutes, forms the basis to issue an order to cease and desist against Respondent from violating Section 36a-656(a) of the Connecticut General Statutes, and pursuant to Sections 36a-657(b) and 36a-50(a) of the Connecticut General Statutes, forms the basis to impose a civil penalty upon Respondent.”
As a result, Connecticut would be most interested in getting their check for $100,000 for the fine they imposed on Financial Help Services. – Source
Does nobody ever pay attention that Connecticut is a tough state for unlicensed debt relief?