In February of 2014 Cesar Calleros replresented to me that he was a paralegal working for Patrick S. Aguirre, Esq attorney and that he would assist me in completing a lawsuit to collect stock and $15,000 owed to me via a plromissory note. He assured me he had experience with the court system and could expedite this process for me. I had filed a lawsuit, got a judgement approved and simply needed to appear before the court to have it filed. I even had a date which Cesar told me had changed (which it had not). By failing to show my case was dismissed. Cesar assured me he wouild get it set again and even filed with the court without my knowledge or signature (which is illegal). He sail if we needed he would have Mr Aguirre the attorney he worked for help complete this process. Again it was handled all wrong and dismissed again. I was preparing to sue Mr Aguirre’s firm and Mr. Calleros when I discovered Mr. Calleros did NOT work for the firm and in fact had committed fraud using Mr. Aguirre’s name as his own to visit inmates in prison. I have now had to retain another law firm to sort this out and try to get it back in the system by showing the fraudlent way Mr Calleros hendled it. I now have to go to the authorities and file fraud charges at the advice of my legal council.
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