I called court today, regarding the alleged judgement against me, from 2004.
Original file has been destroyed.
Was given name and number of Apline Credit attorney.
Which, after a quick search shows up as:
Machol & Johannes LLC/PC
600 17th St STE 800n
Denver, CO. 80202
Wondering if anyone has had dealings with them.
I'm now planning on sending a letter, for alleged paperwork regarding matter, to be mailed to me immediately.
Since validation from Alpine can't and won't be provided, as I requested recently.
Will be filling out bankruptcy forms shortly, for a potantial consultation.
Still need to see about finding an attorney for FDCPA/FCRA laws, and a potential lawsuit.
Closest one, from NACA is in Grand Junction, CO. About a 5 hour drive from here!
Also found out about another alleged judgement from Arrow Financial, from 2003. That one, I was told, is Fully Satisfied. Meaning they failed to collect, renew etc....before SOL.
So, looks like I've got at least 3 letters I need to create and mail out ASAP.
As always, any help and/or information much appreciated.
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