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    500 Constitution Ave Ste 300


    0.28 mi

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By: Frank J.
Leslie C Gates Attorney
Leslie hired me to serve legal documents in ATL GA, it has been 8 months and he refuses to pay me even though I completed the work on time...when I call him to discuss payment he always has an excuse that he cannot pay...he even told me that he would send a money order...never saw the money order...I just called him again and he boldly stated..." I dont have any money to pay it"...BEWARE..Scam!!!! DO NOT HIRE THIS FAKE!!! IF YOU ARE A PROCESS SERVER DO NOT TAKE ANY JOBS FROM HIM UNLESS YOU GET PAID UPFRONT!!!!
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By: Frank J.
Gates, Leslie C
This guy hired me to serve papers for him and never paid, every time I call he has another excuse of why he cannot pay a $95 invoice, DO NOT HIRE THIS QUACK ATTORNEY AND DO NOT ACCEPT JOBS FROM HIM IF YOU ARE A PROCESS SERVER...
By: Tammy B.
Lawyers PLLC
If I could rate Attorney Robbie Jones any lower I would and his staff is no better. Extremely unprofessional. NEVER return calls or emails. Never even looked at my information before hearing date. The staff lied numerous times regarding documents they say they didn't have but did, filing dates that never took place till weeks later. I'm not one to call a lot because I understand things take time. However, everyone was super nice until I handed over $1,500 in cash, then I literally never heard from them for weeks. When you finally speak to one of the staff, although they haven't assisted you or spoken to you in weeks, they act like you are a bother to them. I would NEVER Ever recommend this firm to anyone!
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By: Heather D.
Lauderdale County Of
I called to get my daughter a physical bc my doctor suggested I call them and instead of just telling me they don't do them she just don't say anything after I tell her what I'm calling about. After a minute she finally said "yea um we don't do physicals" and hung up! If you hate your job that bad please do the whole community a service and quit! Their are many others who would love to have it!
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