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  1. Thanks again, as always. I plan on sending the RFP tomorrow (once I get feedback on it). I know I should send one to the plaintiff's lawyer and another to the court (with POS), should I send both CMRRR and overnight them? The end of my 30 days is Friday. My RFP - any feedback is appreciated. JDB Hater Tel: (111)123-4567 JDB Hater, In Pro Per Superior Court of California For the County of Santa Clara Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. Plaintiff, vs. JDB Hater Defendant Case No.: XXXXXXXX DEFENDANT'S FIRST REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS (Code Civ. Proc. ยง2031.010 et seq.) PROPO
  2. I sent the general denial today (overnighted). Is it best that I send the RFPs today? Or do I wait?
  3. Thanks so much for your feedback, calawyer. The cause of action is "Rule 3.740 Collections," not breach of contract. I've prepared a general denial already but will work on RFPs. I will need to send a POS for the RFP's, correct?
  4. Thanks! I hope they're along soon, as well. I figured lack of standing would be a tough call, I just don't know how else to answer. I know calling these guys and settling is likely one of the last things I should do - so I figured my best route for now is to answer and go from there. Thanks again!
  5. Thank you so much for your message! Here are the details of the complaint: The case type is "Contract, Rule 3.740 collections" and the cause of action is attached to the complaint is "Common Counts." The plaintiff alleges that the defendant became indebted to plaintiff within the last four years on an open book account for money due, because an account was stated in writing by and between plaintiff and defendant in which it was agreed that the defendant was indebted to plaintiff. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant became indebted to plaintiff within the last four years for money
  6. These forums have been incredible and are honestly the most competent and helpful resource out there - thank you all! Quick background: Oct 2012: Received letter from H&H stating that they they were attempting to collect on behalf of CapOne. Oct 2012: DV'd them and received a very sad packet with the name and address of original creditor and account statements from Aug 2011 - May 2012. CapOne confirmed my account was closed and charged off/bought? May 2012. Jan 2013: Received notice of intent to file suit and incur court costs - "on behalf of our client CapOne", ended doc with "This c