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  1. Awesome! Thanks guys. I am so impressed with the knowledge I find here! It's comparble to some offices I've worked for in the past.
  2. So I received a letter from LRLO attorney threatening to file motion to compel for "incomplete objections w/out merit regarding my responses to discovery. Since they attached statements to my discovery requests, attorney said I must admit to all admission requests. with Any responses are greatly appreciated. 1. Since they have attached statements, do I admit all questions? QUESTION 1: I applied for and received the credit stated in the plaintiff’s complaint from GE CAPTIAL RETAIL BANK. ANSWER: Denied. QUESTION 2: I used the credit stated in the plaintiffs’ complaint. ANSWER: DENY QUESTI
  3. I agree w/waiting. In the mean time, I'm trying to upload the redacted statements so someone can weigh in on why they might be that way. I don't see how to do that.
  4. Shellieh98, I have already sent my responses. I just need to start working on my defense. OP objected to all my requests but attached statements and bill of sale.
  5. You're not missing anything. They did file after hearing. Judge was not quite happy with the fill in attorney. When she asked him why he did not file one he put his head down and said "oh-oh I was not aware of that". She ordered him to get it in and also ordered to make contact with me since I informed her of the many failed attempts of contact w/OP. Judge denied arbitration and scheduled SC hearing and trial.
  6. Hello everyone. Can someone please help me with a timeline to follow. I've been served, filed an answer, filed & attended CMC, and now doing discovery. OP finally sent CM Statement & in it stated I agreed to early settlement conf., which I did not. Should I leave it be or respond? Thanks 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? - Portfolio Recovery Assoc 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) - Legal Recovery Law Offices 3. How much are you being sued for? - $1011. 4. Who is the original creditor? (if