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Pillsbury Law Wants $3.6 Million Dollars By Violating Texas Debt Collection Laws

Wood is bilingual, eligible to practice from district to appellate to US Supreme Court, but his law firm is not licensed to collect in Texas.

202227795A

TRAFIGURA TRADING LLC vs. AMEGY BANK TEXAS N A.

(Court 113, JUDGE RABEEA COLLIER)

JUN 9, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUN 9, 2022

Agreed Motion for Take-Nothing Judgment Judgment (Nov. 17)

That’s not true. The greedy unbonded law firm and lawyer emptied the $2.4k funds that were in the account, draining it completely.

And here we go with the unlawful “restricted” orders and docs again.

 

Judge Collier takes a different approach to Ochlocracy. If you consider a “referee fee” -say one percent of $3.6M. She doesn’t issue an Order granting the Writ, rather she asks Willie for a civil process request, and quietly issues it. This would be returned as per the docket on  7/7.

No further movement.

Return of Service – AMEGY BANK TEXAS N A

Civil Process Request for Issuance of Service Form – Writ

(PDF won’t load, surprise, surprise.)

UPDATE: JUN 23, 2022

No movement at all since the Petition was filed on June 9, 2022.

Texas Attorney Willie Wood has an Extensive and Impressive 14 Page Resume

He’s bilingual, eligible to practice from district to appellate to US Supreme Court, but his law firm cannot follow texas debt collection laws and register with the Secretary of State.

Quinwood Corp Chart

$3,600,000 Judgment pursued by Willie Wood of Pillsbury Law. Section 392.101 of the Texas Finance Code prohibits a third-party debt collector or credit bureau from engaging in debt collection in Texas unless the third-party debt collector or credit bureau has obtained a surety bond and filed a copy of the bond with the Office of the Secretary of State. Pillsbury Law has not complied with the Secretary of State.

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Pillsbury Law Wants $3.6 Million Dollars By Violating Texas Debt Collection Laws
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