National Landmark Logistics, LLC

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Case Status:
Pending
Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. National Landmark Logistics, LLC; National Landmark Service of United Recovery, LLC; Liberty Solutions & Associates, LLC; LSA Processing System, LLC; Silverlake Landmark Recovery Group, LLC; Jean Cellent, also known as Jean-Pierre Cellent, in his individual and corporate capacity; James Dennison, in his individual and corporate capacity; and Eric Dennison, in his individual and corporate capacity; Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

202 3071

Civil Action Number:

0:20-cv-02592-JMC

Enforcement Type:

Federal Injunctions

Federal Court:
District of South Carolina

Case Summary

The FTC alleged that this company and its operators collected more than $12 million from consumers through illegal debt collection practices. The FTC’s complaint alleges that the defendants used robocalls to leave deceptive messages claiming consumers faced imminent legal action about debts. When consumers returned the calls, the defendants falsely claimed to be from a mediation or law firm, again threatened legal action, and used consumers’ personal information to convince consumers the threats were real. The complaint alleges that, in many instances, consumers did not owe the debt being collected on or the defendants had no right to collect it.

Under the terms of a settlement, defendants Liberty Solutions & Associates, LLC; LSA Processing Systems, LLC; James Dennison; and Eric Dennison will be permanently banned from playing any role in debt collection. They will also be prohibited from making certain misrepresentations to consumers, including whether a consumer owes them a payment, whether they are attorneys or associated with a law firm, or the terms of any refund program.