September 10, 2014

On September 10, 2014, in Allegro Law LLC.,

At this time all distributions have been mailed out to creditors. Please remain mindful that all distributions are being mailed via United States Postal Service and delivery could take several weeks depending on your location. Please do not contact our office or the Clerk’s office requesting the status of your distribution as we would not have access to this information.

As a reminder, all checks were dated for August 27, 2014 and are voided after 90 days. Therefore, it is important if you receive a check to remember to negotiate it before November 25, 2014. Failure to do so could result in your distribution being voided and it not being reissued .

The Trustee’s office has had several inquiries as to whether we can reissue checks in the names of other individuals because of name changes or in the event of a creditor’s death. Unfortunately, we are unable to reissue checks at this time as they were issued pursuant to a Court Order. If your received a check in the name of a deceased creditor we would recommend you contact a probate attorney of your choosing for advice on how to administer the funds.

Finally, many of the checks have been returned to our office as having invalid addresses on record with the Court. If you have not received a check and have moved since the filing of your Proof of Claim please file a Change of Address form immediately with the Court. The Change of Address form can be found under the “documents/forms” tab on this website. Although the form states you need your Allegro Law, LLC account number it is not a required piece of information.

WARNING—The unauthorized cashing of the distribution checks is illegal. Criminal bankruptcy fraud, wire fraud, and mail fraud is investigated by federal law enforcement agencies and is punishable by up to 30 years in prison and a fine of $1,000,000. If you believe you have received a distribution check and you are not the intended recipient please return the check to the sender.