This page lists contact info for Landmark Legal incl. several telephone numbers and contact names. We seek their mailing address, fax number and any other information you may have about them.
Please do not confuse this entity with Landmark Legal Solutions, an actual law firm that is completely unrelated.
Unknown Entity DBA “Landmark Legal”
Additional Business Names / Possibly Related Entities:
Anasazi Group, LLC.
DJR Group, LLC. DBA Hydra Fund
National Landmark Litigation
St Armands Services, LLC.
1-888-978-3516 Extension 431 (Dennis Boyd) (Confirmed Sept. 26, 2013)
1-888-978-3516 Extension 485 (Carol Wilson) (Confirmed Sept. 11, 2013)
1-888-996-2115 (Confirmed June 27, 2013)
1-888-995-1613 Extension 192 (Confirmed June 26, 2013)
1-888-978-3432 (Confirmed June 26, 2013)
1-877-907-5384 (also used by St. Armands)
Leroy Johnson (Supervisor)
“Agent Morrison” (Fraud Deptartment)
On June 26, 2013, a kind reader sent us the following allegations against Landmark Legal, St. Armands Group and Hydra Fund: “My story just dittos everything I’ve read on this site. I was told by first a gentleman named Mike Carter then by a female paralegal of Landmark Legal, Taylor Timbers, that I was gonna be arrested and charged for fraud for non payment of loans attained through St. Armands Group and Hydra Fund. She was able to give sensitive personal information about me even down to my mother’s name and my full social security number. I was clueless as to what they were referring to. The lady was very rude, combative and not wanting to provide details of the “loans” because she was due in court. When I asked to speak to someone else who had time to provide me with info and answer my questions, she replied there was no one else. Then all of a sudden she was in no rush to get to court. I told her I wanted to research the information she had given me and asked for a call back number. She provided 888-995-1613 ext 192. The number left for me to call back on the original voicemail was 888-978-3432. I was really worried about this but after reading this site, I’m not giving it a second thought.” Editor’s Note: Thank you very much for your detailed account and so much valuable info regarding this entity. Your info helps people and our site would not exist without you!
On June 27, 2013, we received more allegations about Landmark Legal and St Armands: “I had someone from Landmark calling me threatening me if I did not pay back a 200 dollar loan from St Armands, they would have someone come to my job and it could be a felony. They asked only for a credit card number saying that is all they needed. They did however know my name and said if I did not pay within 72 hrs, it would be counted as a felony and someone would come to my job. This particular man called my cell, my reference number to call and my place of employment. I am not comfortable adding money to this card, I am not convinced this is a legal thing. Please can someone help me. They called me unknown and left a number to call back 1-888-996-2115” Editor’s Note: Thank you for your kind message. Unfortunately, we cannot give advice for specific fact situations. For legal advice, please consult your attorney. Generally speaking, you should never give out or confirm any personal info to unknown/unsolicited callers over the phone.
On July 31, 2013, we received the following allegations against National Landmark Litigation: “Company representing itself as a collector for Anasazi Group contacted my employer relaying intentions to file criminal charges/complaints over a payday loan that is in bankruptcy. Personal details regarding the account and the issue were discussed with my employer, without my consent, and threats were made to prosecute me if no answer was received today.”
On August 28, 2013, we received allegations against CP Investors that mention Landmark Legal. See CP Investors LLC Contact Info for details.
On Sept. 11, 2013, we received these allegations against Landmark Legal: “Entity Details: Landmark Legal. 888-978-3516 Ext. 485. Representative: Carol Wilson. Complaint: Carol Wilson called with a bogus claim about a loan. I have never gotten a loan from one of these companies. However, I have been told that even if you fill out an application your personal information can be shared with others. The woman was very rude and sounded extremely uneducated. She threatened to have me served with papers. When I stated, ‘do it,’ she seemed stunned as if it took her breath away. She paused for a moment and then became extremely agitated. When she realized that I did not believe her and that her scam would not work she hung the phone up in my face. Prior to her hanging up I made sure she had my full name and address. I told her that she is welcome to send me any documentation that she has verifying the debt to my home. I will never hear from her again.” On the same day we also received these allegations: “A lady claiming to be Carol Wilson contacted me as a representative of Landmark Legal regarding a loan I did not get. She was very rude. She stated that she needed to serve me court papers and I said ‘go ahead,’ which infuriated her. Then she slammed the phone down in my ear when she determined that I am aware of these scams. She’s probably sitting back with a robe on, rollers in her hair, and slippers drinking coffee. Why can’t these people go out and get real jobs instead of trying to scam hard working people who have real jobs? Do not be fooled by these people and do not give them any of your personal information. She called from 888-978-3516 Ext. 485.”
On Sept. 26, 2013, we received these allegations against Landmark Collection and Legal Services: “Entity Details: Dennis Boyd 1-888-978-3516 Ext. 431. Agent Morrison, Fraud Dept. 1-888-978-3516 Ext 407. Leroy Johnson, Supervisor 1-888-978-3516 reached by pushing 0. Complaint: This company contacted my father this morning at work. Dennis Boyd, specifically. Said he worked for my local county courthouse and I had three days to contact them or a felony warrant would be issued for fraud through deception and a bad check. My father in a panic calls me relays the message and 1-888 number with extension. So, alarmed, I call them. Recording says Landmark, not my local county courthouse, already my eyebrows are raised. Mr. Boyd transfers me to their fraud department Investigator Morrison answers tells me briefly about the debt and asks me to make payment arrangements. I tell her I need to research this a little. I contacted two attorneys and someone I know who works in debt collection. I was advised to request the full name and address of the company and validation of debt letter and any paperwork regarding this debt in writing. So I called Mr. Boyd back, confronted him on his misrepresentation and I asked for the items I was advised to get. He said he wished me luck he was handing my file to the judge and hung up! I called back, pushed 0 and asked for a supervisor. I got Leroy Johnson who said he was a supervisor, explained what Mr. Boyd had said. He apologized, said he probably shouldn’t be working for their company and Mr. Boyd would be reprimanded. I explained to him the paperwork I needed and twice asked for the address of this business before I sent any money or made any payment arrangements. He asked me to hold, came back to the line, said my attorney could call him on the number I had called, refused the address and said at this time he had no legal bearing to continue speaking to me and hung up. This company has got to be stopped. Is this not why debt collection laws were put in place? Frustrated.”