Collection Law Firm Mel S. Harris & Associates Sued for Racketeering in Federal Class Action for Using Robo-Signers and “Sewer Service”

“To get judgments against the borrowers, the judge said, a single Mel Harris employee named Todd Fabacher signed 40,000 affidavits attesting to the accuracy of debt claims.

Assuming 260 business days a year, Fabacher had to have personally (and purportedly knowledgeably) issued an average of twenty affidavits of merit per hour, i.e., one every three minutes, over a continuous eight-hour day.”

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