I have read over the
posts of each person here and found some valueable information here.
I can really use some advice into my present situation. I recall
receiving a notice from Suttell and Associates. The notice was the
standard 30 day notice as tomdav and his girlfriend received. However, I
put it aside and didnt respond to the 30 day notice. I completely forgot
about it and now (this past sunday) I got served with a summons meaning,
that I have 20 days to respond with my defense in writing or a lawsuit
would be filed.
This is where im currently sitting at and would like to know what you
all recommend I should do next.
I'm working on checking their collection license but being that I have
never done something like this before, its a pain to find the
information that I need. Any help that I could get would be
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