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Kelly Rosalind Attorney At Law

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8500 N Stemmons Fwy Ste 2085, Dallas, TX 75247

(214) 951-8100

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PART 2: BUYER AND/OR LABORER BEWARE: Knowing her history of dodging, ducking and weaving, the agent pressed the issue, and Rosalind refused to cooperate, and she became combative and repeatedly gave an elusive, misdirecting response, then abruptly ended the call. Her response made it abundantly clear Rosalind had no intention of resolving her 4 outstanding checks. After the first direct contact, she was contacted numerous more times via text and direct contact, and Rosalind continued in her defiance and indifference towards resolving her 4 outstanding checks. In one text exchange with a check fraud agent, she actually attempted to frame herself as a victim because she was being repeatedly contacted in order to compel her to resolve her checks, and indicated she was upset she was contacted on Sunday. She apparently wasn’t aware of the fact she wasn’t being contacted by a 2nd or 3rd party collection agency, and even so rules which regulate collection agencies don’t apply to check cases. In addition, she indicated the repeated contacts were raising her blood pressure and exasperating her health issues, and she would take action against us if we didn’t stop contacting her in our attempt to require her to resolve her checks. I guess she never considered the pain and suffering she caused the owner of the check cashing establishment with her grossly outstanding checks, and by not responding to her repeated pleas for over a year to resolve them. I guess it never dawn on her one easy way to relieve her alleged pain from our morally and legally justified contacts would be to resolve her checks. The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. Carefully consider this post, and read Rosalind’s reviews online, and you should have all the information you need in order to determine if she has earned the benefit of the doubt of your trust and hard earned money. DISCLAIMER: This review was written based on the testimony of facts from her victim and numerous check fraud agents. The facts presented are to the best of their knowledge and recollection. Once Rosalind Kelly resolves her 4 checks, this review will be removed and/or modified to reflect the payment.

Lloyd S.



PART 1: BUYER AND/OR LABORER BEWARE: The purpose of this post is to sincerely and accurately inform the public of our interaction with Rosalind Kelly, as it pertains to 4 outstanding checks, which she signed and issued to laborers under Thunderbolt Construction in the May of 2017, which said checks are currently being held at a check cashing establishment due to the fact she refuses to resolve them, even 17 months later. Total face value of 4 checks: 1250.00). It’s not our intent to harass, annoy or abuse Rosalind Kelly in this process, but rather it’s our sincere intent to inform the public (for their own protection) of her ethics and business practices related to her outstanding checks, and in the process possibly prevent another person from being her victim. We don’t know what your experience has been with her or will be should you decide to do retain her services and/or do business with her, we are simply informing the public of our experience with her. In the process of attempting to resolve Rosalind’s 4 outstanding checks, it has come to the attention of the check fraud department she is a criminal attorney, but we can’t say for sure if she has an active law license because from our research, it appears she has had her law license suspended twice. You may read her online reviews, which should be instructive as to why her law license was apparently sanctioned by the State of Texas 8 times in the past 19 years. It should be noted an attorney has an even higher expectation of ethical conduct due to the fact an attorney is supposes to have more knowledge and respect for the law in order to more effectively represent a client. The 4 checks in question were held by the owner of the check cashing establishment because too many of the prior checks Rosalind signed under Thunderbolt Construction were returned by the bank for insufficient funds. After the checks were held, the owner of the check cashing establishment kindly contacted her for over a year. The person who always answered the phone claimed to be her secretary, and always informed the owner of the check cashing establishment that Rosalind couldn’t speak because she was in court etc. The owner would leave a message with her alleged secretary as to the reason for her call, and not once did Rosalind return her call and make any effort to take moral and legal responsibility for her 4 outstanding checks. Perhaps Rosalind didn’t return calls because she was hoping to run out the clock on filing a court complaint and/or she hoped the owner would tire of calling her and/or the problem would just magically disappear without her taking responsible action to resolve them. In either case her inaction is very telling. Rosalind’s check file was turned over to the accounts receivable, check fraud department in October of 2018, and she was sent 3 official, kind text notices, which included the name, address and phone number of the check cashing established. The text notices kindly asked her to contact the check cashing establishment to develop a plan to resolve her 4 outstanding checks. She didn’t respond to texts nor did she contact the check cashing establishment. The accounts receivable department then made direct contact with Rosalind. The person who contacted her asked for her by first and last name. The person on the other end of the line waited an unusually long time as if she was avoiding her calls, and then identified herself as Rosalind Kelly. The person who contacted her then identified the company and the reason for the call. He asked Rosalind how she intended to resolve her 4 outstanding checks, and she said, “send them to me and I’ll decide.” Knowing Rosalind had been dodging and hiding on her checks for almost a year and half, and the owner of the check cashing store never got her on the phone, the check fraud agent requested she give him a plan on how she intends to resolve her checks, and she refused to even discuss a plan.