We received dozens of emails of outrage regarding the last blog, “Broward Judges Signatures Were Forged by Florida Attorney.” Both in reaction to the Miami attorney forging signatures of seven Broward Court judges and outrage on Eric Noveshen and his mother Cheryl Wilson’s sickening abuse of the court system to reduce their American Express credit card debt from $80,000 to $30,000 (paying none of Amex six years of court fees due to Noveshen’s abuse of Florida’s courts). All while costing the tax payers and American Express thousands of dollars in court time.
The legal games Noveshen and Wilson played in American Express v. Cheryl Diane Wilson and Eric Noveshen, played out for SIX years! He devoted six years of his life to this one case (out of his 43 cases). American Express filed against card members Wilson and Noveshen in 2008 for breach of contract. Filing bankruptcy wasn’t an option for Noveshen because he had disposed of thousands of dollars of credit card and other debts by filing for bankruptcy in 2005. What to do? Most people might try to negotiate down the debt or make a payment plan. But that’s no fun for a conniving mind who gets a high off of seeing how much his lies in can earn him in court. Hence the games begin.
- Noveshen’s first move, file a Motion to Quash Service. In this case his mother was clearly served so he started with “deny deny deny” (you owe the debt).
2. Then a claim of, I was never served documents. This claim can be seen in almost all of his 43 cases.
Then comes the delusion, that is if Noveshen really believes what he files, as he claims it is truth under penalty of perjury: that AmEx in trying to collect the $80,000 that Noveshen enjoyed charging, is guilty of harassing and causing harm to Noveshen. Huh?
You read right, this is a classic Noveshen technique. If law schools taught a course called “Eric Noveshen Strategy” it would teach how to accuse the opposing party of harassing your client. Noveshen’s “poor me” claims are used in almost all of his 43 cases.
3. Accuse opposing party of harming you: Noveshen accuses American Express of “abusing the judicial process” to “harass, intimidate and oppress the Defendant/Counter-Plaintiff Eric Noveshen.”
Comically he also accuses American Express of causing him “emotional discomfort and distress…” It is so distressing to be enjoy the fruits of spending $80,000 then being asked to pay the bill isn’t it? Delusional? or does he believe this to be true?
This is how the Eric Noveshen court games begin. Disgusting for those people who actually work hard to try to pay their bills and pay higher fees because of scam-artists like Noveshen who skillfully manipulate the courts to his financial advantage time and time again.