Many of you have been asking for more information about my dispute, or at least an update on whats currently going on.
I suspended my posts for awhile whilst I afforded JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance an additional opportunity to resolve my dispute in good-faith.
What I ended up getting from their legal representation was just more of the same, JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance deny any culpability whatsoever and they refuse to come to the table in an earnest effort to resolve the matter in the best interest of both JPMorgan Chase, Chase Auto Finance and myself.
Recent requests from their legal counsel offered to write-off the outstanding debt, in exchange for my discontinuing, and deleting any websites, posts or petitions against JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance however they offered no assurances that the debt wont simply be sold to another party, nor were they willing to withhold issuing a 1099-C on the disputed amount they are offering to write-off.
My response to their legal counsel is below:
Your client’s JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance’s outright refusal to acknowledge ‘even one’ of its egregious abuses and you and your clients continued response denying any culpability whatsoever demonstrates to me that your client has never acted in good-faith and that your client has absolutely no intention in resolving any of the issues that were presented to you or your client in my dispute.
It’s also clearly evident from mine and others voicing their opinions that JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance simply does not care about how it does business, JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance are simply too big to be bothered with, and that JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance will continue to act in the same manner they have previously that my protest is well-placed.
I respectfully decline your ‘request’ to cease any website, blog, and petition or legal protest action against JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance.
Any further letters from you or your client that do not also include an acceptable good-faith offer to resolve my dispute, which solely requests that I discontinue my website or cease protesting against JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance may be considered an attempt to infringe my First Amendment rights to free speech, my First Amendment rights to petition the government for a redress of grievances, and regardless of whether they pursue it or not, may be considered a violation of my civil rights.
I will however agree at this time to cease direct contact with your client JPMorgan Chase and Chase Auto Finance in the future, however indirect contact such as petitions (existing or new), lobbying, credit reporting disputes etc are hereby excluded.
As far as collecting any monies from an illegally garnered summary judgment, let me know how that goes for you.
A. A. Mauritz