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My wife was served a lawsuit by Trauner in June 2006. We answered denying that we owed anything to their client, CACV. CACV bought my wife's bad debt from Direct Merchants Bank. Five months have passed and we have heard nothing until the other day. They mailed her a motion for summary judgment which we assume they will file with our county court. The letter was not even certified or served by a sheriff the way that the initial suit was served. How do we answer this?




Write a letter to the courthouse and FAST!!! Whether your disputing the claim, amount, or account send a certified letter to the court and to Trauner Cohen and Thomas. They did the same things to me and I just called them not knowing a phone call wasn't going to help. Long story short: That summons of judgement served to me by a Sheriff turned into them garnishing my bank account. I agreed to payment arrangements that I could afford not knowing they were going to take my bank information to give the summons of garnishment. It's going on two weeks and my bank account hasn't been released yet.

If I were you I wouldn't sit on it, you may even need to hire an attorney if they get out of line becuase they are the rudest people I have ever spoken with. Good Luck

Sub: #11 posted on Mon, 09/21/2009 - 17:36

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Motions are legal REQUESTS for a judge to take some action. In this case a motion for summary judgment is REQUEST that the judge find you guilty of owing the money. You must respond to the motion with your own REQUEST. Your motion might say: DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO DENY PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT or you could enter a motion for summary judgment as well. This motion might say DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT.
Either of your motions will tell why your request should be granted and not Trauner's. For instance, you might say that you don't owe the debt, that you have previously filed and answer, that Trauner has provided no proof of debt, etc. You would put all the reasons why your motion should be granted and not theirs.

Sub: #12 posted on Sun, 12/06/2009 - 06:33

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Motions are legal REQUESTS for a judge to take some action. In this case a motion for summary judgment is a REQUEST that the judge find you guilty of owing the money. You must respond to the motion with your own REQUEST. Your motion might say: DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO DENY PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT or you could enter a motion for summary judgment as well. This motion might say DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT.
Either of your motions will tell why your request should be granted and not Trauner's. For instance, you might say that you don't owe the debt, that you have previously filed in court an answer to this claim, that Trauner has provided no proof of debt, etc. You would put all the reasons why your motion should be granted and not theirs.

Sub: #13 posted on Sun, 12/06/2009 - 06:37

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I started paying Trauner, Cohen & thomas in 2000 stating that i owe bank of america $6000 dollar i payed every penny . I got a letter for a different law firm for the same account.call this firm call bank of america they have no record I don't have alll my receiptswhat can i do. Trauner , Cohen & Thomas is no long in business is there any way i can find these records.

Sub: #14 posted on Tue, 02/09/2010 - 14:18

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i payed trauner cohen & thomas $6000 dollar for bill with bank of america. paid everypenny i got a letter from a different law firm for the same for the same bill. put a hold onmy bank account never a letting me know any thing call the number to trauner cohen and thomas they are closed isthere any way of getting these records. the company that took over can only tell me that my case was closed in 2006. they don't have payment history. i've research trauner, cohen thomas they have law suits against them for spending money for cleints.

Sub: #15 posted on Tue, 02/09/2010 - 14:33

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