Sued By Scherr & McClure Law?

New York City Debt Lawsuit Defense

The law firm of Scherr & McClure, P.A. is retained by SquareTwo Financial to bring lawsuits on behalf of their wholly owned debt buyer subsidiaries CACH, LLC and CACV of Colorado, LLC. Although the law firm appears to be formed in Florida, they have brought debt collection lawsuits against consumer residing in New York City.

The address listed for the law office of Scherr & McClure, P.A. is 1064 Greenwood Blvd, Suite 328, Lake Mary, FL 32746. Their supervising attorney is listed as Harold E. Scherr. The other principal attorney is Alex McClure, who graduated Stetson University College of Law in 2007 and was admitted to the Florida Bar in the same year. He had or has a law firm under the name Law Office of Harold E. Scherr.

Their law firm is a member of NARCA, the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys.

Areas of practice: Commercial and Consumer Collections, Credit Cards, Judgment Enforcement, Landlord/Tenant, Liens/Mechanic's Liens, Medical Bills Collections

Scherr and McClure, P.A. is BBB accredited since 2014 and they have an A+ rating. It was create as a Professional Association in the state of Florida, but they operate in multiple states, including bringing lawsuits in New York state.

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