Credit company owner drops processing server harassment claims

By Ryan Harroff (July 22, 2022, 4:50 p.m. EDT) – The owner of a credit reporting company on Friday dropped his lawsuit in federal court in New Jersey against two consumer protection law firms for the way which he was served with legal documents as part of a comprehensive settlement ending both his harassment allegations and the corporate class action lawsuits against him in Virginia.

Philip N. Burgess Jr. has filed notice of voluntary termination in New Jersey for his malicious abuse of process against law firms Consumer Litigation Associates PC and Kelly Guzzo PLC as part of the settlement resolving multiple Virginia lawsuits alleging that his company MicroBilt Corp. Federal Consumer Reporting Act, according to…

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