Since 11/2014 I have been receiving threatning letters from Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP representing Express Toll Service Center. I opened the first two, the first of which said I owed $8, the second said I owed $28.40 for delinquecy. Because I never traveled to/through Denver I called the number provided. I got the same spiel. They person I spoke with would not give his name, only that his company was a representive of LGB&S. I asked what this was all about and he said that I went through a toll booth on July 1, 2014 in a white van. It was not me. I have proof that I was not in Colorado and I don’t own a white van. He said, “who was driving your white van then?” I repeated myself saying that I don’t a white van nor was I in Colorado. I didn’t tell them this but they consistently misspell my middle name. There are several people with my name on the web. A friend works in a law office in Portland, OR. She asked the lawyers what their recomendation was. They said do NOT open any more letters nor contact them again. Also, to mark “Mistaken Identity” and “Return to Sender” on the envelope. Directions followed. Since November 2014, I have received approximately 12 notification letters which I immediately returned following the instructions of the attorney. I received another one yesterday (7/20/15) and thought it was time to take action. Please help me resolve this issue as I am afraid they will something more drastic. .
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