That’s no problem. 🙂
The problem I do see is that you admitted you opened the account and that Portfolio purchased it.
BUT, the complaint references CIT Online Bank. Where is that bank referenced in a bill of sale or an affidavit?
Since JDB paid the "initial fee" to follow @Xtreme98 into JAMS arbitration, I'm curious to know if (short of frivolous or absurd filings in arb), has there been any kind of precedent or consensus as to whether or not a CONSUMER must pay more than the initial filing fee WIN or LOSE (not including California of course)? I think JDB's initial fee to technically get things going is $1500.
If there's no 'smoking-gun' wins for consumer, does anyone have an opinion on strategies for tossing in legal (or legitimate) "monkey wrenches" into the arbitration works?
Ok perfect, I have the MTD already started. The arguing point is as you stated they failed to comply with the court order, and the case was close making it impossible for you to pursue arbitration. Thus, the case should be dismissed with prejudice as a sanction. What I don't want to happen is for them to say that it was the previous attorney that neglected to pay etc etc. blah blah! and then go again!
I'll file the MTD on Monday at the court. Man, what would I do without you all!??!?! so grateful right now!