Something about these shiny, happy people is bothering me.
If you missed their story, check this out - John Shiffman's Saturday piece in the Inquirer about the Bad Credit B Gone law firm.
U.S. Postal Service has taken an interest in them.
Investigators allege they're not a real firm, they're not in NYC as advertised, they're not really interested in fixing your credit. They're run by a West Chester guy with a paper trail of bad debts.
Murphy tried to locate "James Brennan, Esquire," the 30-something attorney pictured on Bad Credit B Gone's Web site. The inspector says there are three people named James Brennan licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania.
One is dead. One is 72. One works for the U.S. Justice Department.
So here, dear readers, is my question. Who these people in the picture? Some fashionistas I know figure the ladies are sporting office wear that's a little too last-century. Has anyone seen any of these people before?
Blinq enjoys a critical, suspicious audience, many of whom are experienced in sniffing out stories. Who are these people?