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  • Report:  #663

Complaint Review: David Christian Hamblin - Santa Fe New Mexico

Reported By:
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Submitted:
Mon, September 13, 1999
Updated:

David Christian Hamblin
2228 Paseo de los Chamisos Santa Fe, 87505 New Mexico, U.S.A.
Phone:
505-438-3700
Web:
N/A
Categories:
Loans
Tell us has your experience with this business or person been good? What's this?
I lent the editor of a "good news" newspaper, David Christian

Hamblin, a bridge loan for his business in the amount of $10,000.

He was a friend of my secretary's. Hamblin had been featured in The New York Times and was on the Donahue show. He signed a notarized contract agreeing to a payment schedule.

Not only did he not repay one penny of the loan, but without my

permission, he used my name as a cosigner on a car loan. He then defaulted on the payments. Because he had falsified the paperwork, it took the bank some time to find him and repossess the car. They then held me accountable for $7,000, the amount owed after they sold the vehicle. It was either pay or lose my credit rating.

I cannot understand why the Santa Fe District Attorney and

Nations Bank, which is in Texas, have done nothing to bring this man to justice, but they have not. I am tied to New York City because of my work and he has ignored letters from my attorney.

I would like to recover the $17,000 I am owed.

Joan

[email protected]


3 Updates & Rebuttals

David

Santa Fe,
New Mexico,
Not completely true

#2REBUTTAL Individual responds

Sat, February 16, 2002

The comments made about my situation have not been made in a truthful way. It is true that a bridge loan was made while I was with a corporation as the President. The Corporation went bankrupt. I never made false statements on any car loan agreement as stated. I am sorry for this misrepresentation.


David

Santa Fe,
New Mexico,
Not completely true

#3REBUTTAL Individual responds

Sat, February 16, 2002

The comments made about my situation have not been made in a truthful way. It is true that a bridge loan was made while I was with a corporation as the President. The Corporation went bankrupt. I never made false statements on any car loan agreement as stated. I am sorry for this misrepresentation.


David

Santa Fe,
New Mexico,
Not completely true

#4REBUTTAL Individual responds

Sat, February 16, 2002

The comments made about my situation have not been made in a truthful way. It is true that a bridge loan was made while I was with a corporation as the President. The Corporation went bankrupt. I never made false statements on any car loan agreement as stated. I am sorry for this misrepresentation.

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