This is site and the coming Federal suit[s] are about  Alabama Public Service Commission and Alabama Power policies, practices and customs, specifically, illlegal debt collection practices and Alabama Power’s demand for payment of oother dedts for before service qnd the refusal of service, based upon the unpaid debts of  someone else.

Alabama Power has rules, policies and practices of refusing service, to the new owners or tenants if there is an outstanding debt, outstanding balance, or unpaid bill, from the last owner or tenant. Alabama Power has rules, policies and practices of refusing service because of these unpaid debts, and demanding the new owner or tenant to pay the debts of the last owner or tenant before electrical service will be provided. Collection of unenforceable and usurious debt, is racketeering

Alabama Public Service Commission supports and approves of Alabama Power rules, policies and practices, to demand; to require, people seeking service pay the alleged debts of past tenants or owners before service is provided, and Alabama Power retaliation is in the denial of service if those seeking service refuse to pay the alleged debts of previous tenants or owners, and Alabama Power disclosure of customers alleged debts to other peoples.

It shall be unlawful for any person through a pattern of racketeering activity or through collection of an unlawful debt to acquire or maintain, directly or indirectly, any interest in or control of any enterprise which is engaged in, or the activities of which affect, interstate or foreign commerce.

18 U.S. Code § 1962 unenforceable and usurious debt collection,racketeering.

Ten of thousands of people in Alabama Powers service area has been subjected to illegal debt collection practices, racketeering.  Millions maybe hundreds of millions of dollars have been extorted from people and businesses in Alabama as a result of this racketeering. Most people lack the ability to litigate this matter, and it is simply too expensive to hire an Attorney and contest these extortion demands.

Review the following claims, you may be entitled to financial damages. CLAIMS

The above Class Acton, suit[s], has not been file, but is being planned; this site will be updated with additional information.