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Ranked at No. 591 on the 2023 Inc. 5000 list, Axiom Acquisition Ventures is a prominent debt purchasing firm headquartered in Tampa, Florida. Established in 2019 under the leadership of Jae Heinberg, the company boasts a unique scoring database, allowing them to offer a premium for distinct account segments. They operate within the financial services sector. For more details, visit their official website or connect with them on LinkedIn.

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Summary of Complaints against Axiom Acquisition Ventures

According to the Better Business Bureau, Axiom Acquisition Ventures has received multiple complaints, primarily centered around billing and collection issues. Consumers have raised concerns about not recognizing the debts, requesting debt validation, and not receiving the original contracts or adequate responses to their queries. In its defense, Axiom consistently asserts that their communications and actions have been compliant with state and federal regulations. They also emphasized not reporting delinquent accounts to credit bureaus and having acquired certain debts in recent years.

As of October 25, 2025, the complaints are summarized as follows:

1. Complaint on 09/28/2023

  • Nature: Billing/Collection Issues.
  • Consumer's Issue: The claimant states that the account does not belong to them and requested validation of the debt, referencing legal provisions related to fair and accurate credit reporting.
  • Business Response: Axiom reviewed the account and asserted compliance with state and federal regulations. They provided a validation letter and mentioned that they do not report delinquent accounts to credit bureaus.

2. Complaint on 06/14/2023

  • Nature: Billing/Collection Issues.
  • Consumer's Issue: The individual does not acknowledge the debt and states that they never entered into a contract with Axiom. They did not receive the original contract upon request.
  • Business Response: Axiom states that all communication has been compliant and professional. They mentioned they purchased the debt and found no record of the consumer disputing the debt. Axiom also stressed they hadn't received a request for verification of debt.

3. Complaint on 05/23/2023

  • Nature: Billing/Collection Issues.
  • Consumer's Issue: The claimant had an old credit card account with BBVA bank. The account was sold to Axiom. Despite requesting debt validation and other queries, the respondent only received copies of statements.
  • Business Response: Axiom confirmed that every communication was compliant and within the statute of limitations for debt collection. They became the owner of the debt in 2020.
  • Customer Response: The customer rejects the business response, citing that the account is very old and has offered a one-time settlement amount. They raised concerns about the prevalence of financial scams and expressed their wish to deal directly with Axiom.

Source: Better Business Bureau.

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Dismissal of Case against Axiom Acquisition Ventures for Lack of Standing

In the Florida case of Valenzuela v. Axiom Acquisition Ventures, LLC, the U.S. District Court dismissed the plaintiff's lawsuit due to a lack of subject matter jurisdiction, specifically lacking the requisite standing to maintain the action. The Court found that the plaintiff did not sufficiently establish a concrete and particularized injury arising from the defendant's actions.

Key Points:

  1. Valenzuela filed a lawsuit against Axiom Acquisition Ventures, LLC based on a debt-related letter sent by the defendant.
  2. The Court determined that while Valenzuela found the defendant's actions misleading, he failed to prove concrete harm resulting from these actions.
  3. As a result, the motion to dismiss was granted due to Valenzuela's inability to prove concrete and particularized injury.

Case Citation: Valenzuela v. Axiom Acquisition Ventures, LLC, Case No. 8:19-cv-2181-T-60CPT. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA TAMPA DIVISION. Date published: Jan 7, 2021. Note: Jesse Langel, who is licensed to practice in New York, did not handle this case but is rather reporting on it.

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