Lamb Group

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  • 2630 Lansing St NW

    Concord, NC 28027

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On May 25, 2010, defendant, Geoffrey L. Lamb dba The Lamb Group and US Consumer Solutions, entered into a Consent Judgment with the North Carolina Attorney General's Office, General Court of Justice, Superior Court Division. In its complaint, the State alleged that the defendant was operating his business in violation of the North Carolina Debt Adjusting Act, G.S. 14-423, by charging homeowners advance fees for foreclosure assistance and mortgage loan modification services. The State's complaint also alleged that, in the course of offering and selling his services, the defendant made deceptive representations in violation of G.S. 75-1.1. The Court entered a Temporary Restraining Order on December 2, 2009, and on December 14, 2009, the Court entered a Consent Order continuing the terms of the Temporary Restraining Order in effect as a Preliminary Injunction. The defendant represents that he has complied with the terms of the Preliminary Injunction and that he has permanently ceased marketing or offering any foreclosure assistance or mortgage loan modification services. The defendant further represents that he has minimal assets with which to pay the State's claim and that he is in the process of filing for bankruptcy.
The defendant consents to the entry of this judgment to voluntarily resolve this matter without admission of wrongdoing or intentional violation of the law in the conduct of his business.
It is therefore ordered that the defendant and the defendant's agents, employees, and all persons acting in concert with him are permanently enjoined from:

1. Advertising, soliciting, or offering any foreclosure relief and loan modification assistance services in the State of North Carolina, whether to North Carolina residents, or to residents of other states;
2. Entering into contracts with consumers for the performance of foreclosure relief and loan modification assistance services;
3. Collecting any advance fees or other consideration from consumers for the performance of foreclosure relief and loan modification assistance services;
4. Engaging in any other consumer credit or debt relief business in violation of G.S. 14-423 and 75-1.1; and
5. Engaging in any of the foregoing activities or practices set forth in paragraphs (1) through (4) above, whether directly or indirectly, individually, or in affiliation with any other parties.
It is further ordered that the State of North Carolina shall have and recover of the defendant the sum of forty thousand ($40,000), to be applied toward consumer restitution, consumer protection and education purposes, and to cost of this action, in the discretion of the Attorney General

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On May 25, 2010, defendant, Geoffrey L. Lamb dba The Lamb Group and US Consumer Solutions, entered into a Consent Judgment with the North Carolina Attorney General's Office, General Court of Justice, Superior Court Division. In its complaint, the State alleged that the defendant was operating his business in violation of the North Carolina Debt Adjusting Act, G.S. 14-423, by charging homeowners advance fees for foreclosure assistance and mortgage loan modification services. The State's complaint also alleged that, in the course of offering and selling his services, the defendant made deceptive representations in violation of G.S. 75-1.1. The Court entered a Temporary Restraining Order on December 2, 2009, and on December 14, 2009, the Court entered a Consent Order continuing the terms of the Temporary Restraining Order in effect as a Preliminary Injunction. The defendant represents that he has complied with the terms of the Preliminary Injunction and that he has permanently ceased marketing or offering any foreclosure assistance or mortgage loan modification services. The defendant further represents that he has minimal assets with which to pay the State's claim and that he is in the process of filing for bankruptcy.
The defendant consents to the entry of this judgment to voluntarily resolve this matter without admission of wrongdoing or intentional violation of the law in the conduct of his business.
It is therefore ordered that the defendant and the defendant's agents, employees, and all persons acting in concert with him are permanently enjoined from:

1. Advertising, soliciting, or offering any foreclosure relief and loan modification assistance services in the State of North Carolina, whether to North Carolina residents, or to residents of other states;
2. Entering into contracts with consumers for the performance of foreclosure relief and loan modification assistance services;
3. Collecting any advance fees or other consideration from consumers for the performance of foreclosure relief and loan modification assistance services;
4. Engaging in any other consumer credit or debt relief business in violation of G.S. 14-423 and 75-1.1; and
5. Engaging in any of the foregoing activities or practices set forth in paragraphs (1) through (4) above, whether directly or indirectly, individually, or in affiliation with any other parties.
It is further ordered that the State of North Carolina shall have and recover of the defendant the sum of forty thousand ($40,000), to be applied toward consumer restitution, consumer protection and education purposes, and to cost of this action, in the discretion of the Attorney General

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