On or around April sixteen of two thousand fourteen, I received a letter in my mail claiming I owed money to Dutch Ridge Homeowners Association. I received this letter from Metro Collection Service Inc. Once upon a time I "owned" a townhome, maintained by Dutch Ridge Homeowners Association.
However, when I sold my property in late two thousand and twelve, Dutch Ridge Homeowners Association, settled for any past due HOA fees. I sold that townhome in a short sale. Therefore Dutch Ridge Homeowners Association agreed to forgive past HOA dues at settlement.
Around November of two thousand and thirteen, nearly a year after this short sale, Metro Collection Service Inc. started calling me. I had one conversation with I think Cindi Nash, but could have been another employee from this collection agency. I denied I owed anybody any money and even denied I was a person they were looking for.
Finally, in middle April of two thousand and fourteen, I received this letter below, from Metro Collection Service Inc. I did not respond to this letter and instead called a former realtor's assistant, that had closed on that afore mentioned short sale deal. This person requested I email or fax a copy of this collection agency communication.
Just two days ago, May fourteen of two thousand and fourteen, I decided to follow up on this matter. A quick phone call from a prior real estate agent assistant and I quickly found out that Dutch Ridge Homeowners Association stated this was a "clerical error". This real estate agent had actually contacted a title company that was involved.
This title company then clarified what allegedly went wrong. Was this really a "clerical error" or was Dutch Ridge Homeowners Association trying to extort money from me, after I moved out of one of their maintained townhomes? Perhaps this is common practice by Tom McCann, president of Dutch Ridge Homeowners Assocation, whom has been their president for many years.
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About Author Aaron J. Berg
Aaron J. Berg is the creator of Reality UnKnown, host of the Reality UnKnown podcast, and blogger at RealityUnKnown.com. He started blogging and speaking against the system back in 2009. Now he blogs, podcasts, and produces video content for your benefit.