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  1. Nope business as usual. I agree with the lawyer. Lay low and they will probably do the same. Now that they know you have a lawyer they are not likely to come back. They want the easy low hanging fruit of payment or default judgment. They do not want to go to court and have to actually prove their case. They also know they filed in the wrong jurisdiction creating a bold plated counter claim. You have one year from the date they filed that claim to pursue an FDCPA claim. Does the SOL to sue where you are expire in that time frame? If so, you don't need to do anything. If the SOL
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