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Monday, December 9, 2013

A GLISTENING, QUIVERING UNDERBELLY EXCLUSIVE: "PLUNDER THE ELF DELIVERS CHRISTMAS CHEER...TO HIMSELF"!

Tis the season to be jolly, decorate our homes and share a meal with our nearest and dearestunless you're Per "we just opened up in South Bend" Wickstrom.

"Plunder the Elf" claps his widdle hands, so pweased with the lumps of coal he stuffed into Christmas stockings from Indiana to Pennsylvania.

It didn’t take long for the spate of contract lawsuits filed in late September by attorney Phillip Slot on behalf of Per Wickstrom’s Best Drug Rehabilitation and A Forever Recovery to begin delivering a financial sucker-punch…and I’m not talking lollipops, people!

On Friday, December 6, a default judgment was issued in Calhoun County’s 37th Circuit Court against an Indiana woman, ordering her to pay Best Drug Rehabilitation $39,500.

And two weeks before, on November 25, a Pennsylvania man was notified by the court that A Forever Recovery had entered a default judgment against him—for the $68,932.50 he reportedly owed for his minor child’s treatment at A Forever Recovery.

A “Glistening, Quivering Underbelly” examination of the Pennsylvania man’s complaint provides a look at the inner workings of Per Wickstrom’s business practices and raises troubling questions about the reliability of the insurance coverage estimates provided by the AFR/BDR “intake counselors”.

In the Pennsylvania case, the “enrollment agreement” issued on December 15, 2011 by AFR staffer Rob Mead, provided a lengthy list of services including withdrawal/medically supervised detoxification, moral recognitition (sic) therapy, relapse prevention group and peer counseling, vitamins, exercise and sauna.

Under “Review Program Fee”, the enrollment agreement stated that “entire program cost to be covered by insurance.” The agreement advised that “in the event the insurance does not cover the costs program delivery will be terminated.”

However, the agreement further stated that “in the event insurance does not cover the program fees, program fees will be the responsibility of the client and/or cosigner.”

And the Indiana woman, like the Pennsylvania man, signed as the “guarantor” and agreed to assume any debt resulting from her child’s treatment leaving her holding the bag for nearly $40,000.


Your girl Miss Fortune can hardly wait for another shoe to drop.

Santa's little imp is getting ready to drop a load on the Mooney Grove Trailer Park in Visalia, California, right into the trailer of a former Best Drug Rehabilitation client whose next door neighbor's murder was finally solved. But Miss Fortune hears the lady is fixing to fight back, so I'll pop the corn and get ready to watch the show.

But I can just hear that rumpled little imp in his sleigh: "Ho, ho, ho! Default judgments for all bad girls...and their fathers."

Just you wait, 'enry 'iggins!

2 comments:

  1. She responded to the lawsuit and denied she owed what they claim. She has proof and is conesting the case. . I'm sure she expects a notice to appear and FIRST REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS-, PROOF OF SERVICE (1 pages)
    (NOTICE TO APPEAR RE: SCHEDULING CONFERENCE - 12
    /16/2013 which I believe you are alluding to here in this comment:
    "Santa's little imp is getting ready to drop a load on the Mooney Grove Trailer Park in Visalia, California, right into the trailer of a former Best Drug Rehabilitation client whose next door neighbor's murder was finally solved"

    I hope she makes an ass out of him and counter sues

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