I was recently served with a judgement from midland funding i went to the court house and the clerk told me that the judgement was not final yet because the judge did not sign it yet and i filled a motion to vacate judgement i was given the number to the judges secretary i contacted her to see that they got my motion to vacate judgement and she told me the judge set it for hearing what should i expect this debt is from 10/29/2003 i have all my original papers the account # mid land funding has is not the same as my account # i no they have an mcm account # and original account # none match
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