Walter Little of San Angelo, TX files bankruptcy using bankruptcy software, then later claims software does not work. However, in his filing, there are watermarks throughout his paperwork proving he used bankruptcy software from EZBankruptcyForms to successfully file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. He filed the bankruptcy case in Dallas Texas on behalf of himself and Leticia Little for bankruptcy to relieve debts incurred through his person and his business, "All Star Business Solutions", through bankruptcy.

This page is in the response to the chargeback filed by Walter Little asking for a refund for bankruptcy software he says was not working properly for Walter Little's bankruptcy case filed in Dallas, Texas.

As you can see by the evidence below, Walter Little originally purchased our software on September 1, 2017. On September 5, 2017, Walter asked us for legal advice on trying to avoiding back child support payments, and, after we declined to provide it, he proceeded to research on his own and subsequently file Bankruptcy Case # 17-60127-rlj7 in the Dallas office of the Northern District of Texas. Walter Little used our bankruptcy software to represent himself and his wife Leticia Little in bankruptcy, filing "Pro Se" on September 11, 2017, attempting to have past due child support payments eliminated, as well as cancelling debts incurred on his business "All Star Business Solutions" in Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

On September 28, 2017, Walter Little filed a Chargeback with his credit card company, claiming he the software did not work for his bankruptcy filing.

Please find the evidence below as proof that:
  • Walter Little purchased our software on September 1, 2017
  • Walter Little was in possession of our software as of September 5, 2017
  • Walter Little filed for bankruptcy Pro Se on September 11, 2017, with his wife Leticia Little and his business All Star Business Solutions and
  • Walter Little claimed the software as part of a chargeback request on September 28, 2017, AFTER his case was filed using our software.

While most of our customers are honest and file Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a necessity, we feel Walter Little is being dishonest in his filing, at least as it pertains to us.