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Oh my gosh, something fishy is going on!

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This is the link to my original thread:

Today, at work (I work in an office), I received a letter addressed to my employer from Javitch, Block & Rothbone, it says to the payroll department. It has to be about me! I just received a judgment from the court to vacate the original default judgment, and am in the process of answering the original claim. What in God's name is going on! I am panicking right now because I can NOT open this, yet I know it's about me. This is so humiliating, all I need is for my employer to know how many financial problems I am having right now. What should I do?? :(

I'm doing the best I can, with a lot of help from the good people here. :)

Sub: #31 posted on Wed, 04/02/2008 - 08:58

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I think I gots a spare skid lid around here someplace. Lemme look around....

Sub: #32 posted on Wed, 04/02/2008 - 09:55

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Well here I go AGAIN with these freakin people!! lol I filed a motion to have this dismissed due to lack of validation of this debt. American Financial even admitted that they have no documents supporting this claim, in fact, they stated that the defendant (me me me) has proof of debt (as if I am going to help them!). The judge sent AF and I letters stating that we are to appear in court on the 22 of Aug., and whoever does not show up there will be a final judgment against them. Sooooooooooo, now I receive interogatories from AF. BAH!!! Most of it is wanting me to produce documents, bills, statements, etc. Well HELLO, I don't have any statements or bills! And Arrow admitted they couldn't validate this debt, but now suddenly they file a motion for discovery requesting all kinds of stuff from me???!!! How is this fair? And how shall I handle these interogatories? :shock:

Sub: #33 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 12:20

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personally,i would tell arrow to perform an anatomical impossibility.that however won't help you.just give them any basic info.but let these dullards and the judge know you also
don't have what these wormslime are requesting.don't phrase it
like that but,you know what i mean.

Sub: #34 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 12:56

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Yes I know, although I would LOVE to phrase it just that way! :D I just need some suggestions on how to phrase these answer without denying or admitting to any knowledge of this. When I get home tonight, I am going to read over the questionas once again. I am wondering, can I file a motion for discovery and ask AGAIN for validation? I mean, they have already admitted they have nothing, but for heavens sakes, why would the Judge even allow this to continue knowing that there is no documentation to support this claim??!! They (the court) clearly has a statement from Arrow admitting to not having anything!! :shock:

Sub: #35 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 13:00

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that is all you can do,but you have time.perhaps you can pm
cajunbulldog.he can guide you.i know skydiver and jcemt guided
you before,but i don't see them around too much.

Sub: #36 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 13:11

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Did they admit in writing that they had "nothing"? If so, simply copy their letter and submit that as proof. If it is about a credit card/cell phone/car loan etc, enclose a copy of a bill from during the supposed time frame of the debt, stating that THIS was the only credit card/cell phone/car loan etc that you had.

That's all that I can think that might help?

Sub: #37 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 13:12

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This makes no sense to me. I only read the last pages posts but what I am understanding is basically you DV'd these scumbags requesting all the applicable account info which they ignored. You went to court and again requested the same info which they admitted to not having. Now they are requesting the same info from you that you requested from them? Duh, you requested it because it is their burden to prove the debt by providing the appropriate documentation that you do not have. Hello McFly... I am just curious if the document they sent you came via the court. If they generated it then why even bother replying at all? If it came via the court then I would answer along the same lines that you answered the summons without providing any new info.

Sub: #38 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 13:45

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remember that discovery is meant for one side to get an idea of the evidence the other side has that supports of refutes a particular side's case. You are obligated to provide what you have, but if you don't have it make sure you tell them what you don't have. they are looking for anything that shows your knowledge of the debt and the amounts...

Sub: #39 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 14:24

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Even if they subpoena information you have on the account proving it to be yours still leaves them without a assignment contract or bill of sale leaving them with no legal entitlement.

Sub: #40 posted on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 15:13

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