When a Becker couple received a collection notice from an agency using the motto "WWJD," they claimed they were beyond offended. They said it was even deceptive and abusive. Because we all know collection agencies were never chasing Jesus down anyway, so it's impossible to imagine his response.
Mark and Sara Neill sued Bullseye Collection Agency in Monticello, saying the "WWJD" motto led to "abusive, deceptive, and unfair collection practices."
One little problem: Mark Neill is the president of a rival collection agency. Sounds like someone was just mad Jesus wasn't on their side.
Bullseye filed counterclaims against Neill and his company, claiming they were abusing the legal process. Both sides decided to dismiss the lawsuit.
And Jesus wins again.