8/4/10: Letter to AG Brown regarding number of complaints received

The FDRS fraud victim’s follow-up letter to 7/19/10: The latest Cal. AG REFUSAL to investigate!

I would like to know how many complaints you have received.

How many complaints does it take to get an investigation?

Let’s rephrase the question:

How many people can criminals defraud before AG Jerry Brown gives a damn?

Here is the entire letter:

August 4, 2010

Edmund G. Brown, Jr.
Attorney General, State of California
Pubic Inquiry Unit
P.O. Box 9424455
Sacramento, CA 94244-2550

Re: Federal Debt Relief System (FDRS)

Dear Public Inquiry Unit:

I am in receipt of your July 19, 2010 reply to the complaint I filed with your office against FDRS last month. In your letter you state that “Complaints are used to develop information about patterns of business activity which might indicate the need for formal investigation …” and “If a pattern is discovered… (that would) thus warrant intervention by our office under California consumer protection laws”. Then you go on to indicate that you think this was an isolated complaint against FDRS and that you are putting my complaint on the shelf.

I must vehemently protest this lack of action on your part. Though I am just one victim of FDRS, I know that it has been brought to the Attorney General’s attention on more than one occasion that FDRS has defrauded a large number of California citizens out of substantial amounts of money that run into the millions of dollars. I merely added my complaint to that list and provided great detail on the fraud in my case. The primary perpetrator of the fraud, Mark Cella, though having shut down FDRS when the victimized clients started complaining, is still operating in California, undoubtedly in another scam.

It is unconscionable that a fraud of this magnitude involving so many victimized citizens can just be shelved. If you are unwilling to undertake an investigation at this point, I would like to know how many complaints you have received. I know that much information on the fraudulent activities of FDRS has been sent to the AG’s office, and, if it has been shelved, lost, or discarded, or for any reason has not been collected in one place so you can see the magnitude of the fraud, I am willing to take the initiative to see that as many of the other complaints as I can locate are all sent to the same place in your department so you can see the massive nature and amounts of money involved in the FDRS fraud.


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