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  1. @StartingOver123 https://www.courts.wa.gov/court_rules/?fa=court_rules.list&group=sup&set=CR CR 5 SERVICE AND FILING OF PLEADINGS AND OTHER PAPERS (2) Service by Mail. (A) How made. If service is made by mail, the papers shall be deposited in the post office addressed to the person on whom they are being served, with the postage prepaid. The service shall be deemed complete upon the third day following the day upon which they are placed in the mail, unless the third day falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, in which event service shall be de
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  2. Yeah, I remember back in the old days when I had active cases, I often had those certificates notarized. In some other cases I had a notary from my work sign a statement that she mailed the stuff for me. The mail drop box was at her desk so I handed the stuff to her, and she dropped it in the box. Most banks have notaries, and they are often free. There were some cases in which I used a notary from a branch of the same bank that was suing me. I somehow found that amusing.
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  3. These are matters often discussed in a debtor’s examination after a judgment. If you refuse to answer the questions, or answer dishonestly, you could be liable for civil or, if perjury was committed, even criminal penalties. In some places people have been jailed for failure to comply with a court order. That being said, the idea is not to reveal the information until you absolutely have to. And if you never have to, don’t reveal it at all. Also, you must tell the truth as of the time you answer the question. Some may advise a debtor to change banks after a d
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  4. @Katgotsteve Very good advice: read and re-read all your documents. As you do your research and gain knowledge, you see them in a different light. The attorney and his firm did not read their own documents. Perhaps he thought his sloppiness wouldn't matter. Perhaps it usually doesn't matter for him or other judges he draws. He underestimated you. Your judge was not persuaded by his last minute efforts. Your judge did find your arguments persuasive. Well done and congratulations! And thank you very much for posting your experience and advice here.
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  5. same here! I wish I can find a more recent Journey out there.🙂
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  6. Just updated settlements so far. I have three Cap One cards remaining; one I've posted about elsewhere that I may fight if sued. I've tried to settle it but they will not budge below 75% and I don't have it right now. Another one is a very low balance and the other one I also think I have a TCPA counter suit and an attorney that reviewed it agrees. I will never give Cap One my business again because even though I defaulted, their customer service over all even before then was severely lacking. The balances on these are $4500, $350, and $2000 respectively. Also remaining are seven Synchro
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