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  1. Thanks texasrocker. Should I do anything about the fact that they have provided NO documentation regarding the debt?
  2. I live in Washington State - Original credit card company was Sears opened in 1983, sold to Citibank sometime around 2003. Account now at Cach, LLC, being sued through Mandarich Law Group out of California. I received original summons with NO case number - responded and objected to claims twice. Now I have received REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS and FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES and REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS (SET ONE). I want to object to everything - but I also believe there is case law out there regarding chain of ownership on documentation. The whole suit talks about "Original debt and creditor" being Citibank, with nothing being about Sears. Here is what the RFA states: 1. Please admit you submitted an application to the original creditor for an extension of credit (for purposes of these Requests for Admissions, "original creditor" means Citibank South Dakota, N.A.) 2. Please admit the original creditor issued you the account. 3. Please admit that you and the original creditor entered into an agreement regarding the account. 4. Please admit you used the account to accrue a balance of $XX___ 5.Please admit you agreed to pay the original creditor and it's successors and assigns the outstanding balance of $XX___ on the account. 6. Please admit you never disputed, with any person or entity, including the original creditor, the outstanding balance of $XX___ on the account. 7. Please admit you have not paid the outstanding balance on the account in the sum of not less than $XX___. 8. Please admit you owe the Plaintiff the amounts prayed for in the Complaint. 9. Please admit you have no facts which would contradict the amounts owed to Plaintiff. 10. Please admit YOU have no facts to support your affirmative defenses against the Plaintiff's Complaint. 11. Please admit YOU have no documents to support your affirmative defenses against the Plaintiff's Complaint. ANY HELP?? THANKS!