Hi forum, after some research this seems to be the best place I can find to ask for some guidance from others who have been in similar situations. Firstly I reside in Louisiana and have so for all my life. This morning my husband received a knock at the door, upon peering out the window he saw a sheriffs deputy holding some paperwork. I should also mention that our american bulldog (who is a big baby) barks quite ferrociously when our door is rapped upon. My husband called through the door and asked what the deputy needed. He said he had paper work for Me (Said My Name). My husband informed the deputy that I was at work and asked him to leave the papers outside the door. The deputy replied that he could slide them through a crack in the door, but "please dont let the dog out" (LOL) He slid through the door a citation for me for a "Request for Admission of Fact" from Midland Funding llc. What is odd is that he I think the barking dog made him so nervous that he fogot to sign the papers. The bottom of the citation reads as follows __________________________________________________ SHERIFF'S RETURN LAFAYETTE PARISH SHERIFF DATE SERVED:__________________,20______TIME:_______ SERVED:____________________________________________ PERSONAL( )________________________________________ DOMICILLARY ( ) ON___________________________________ UNABLE TO LOCATE MOVED ( ) NO SUCH ADDRESS ( ) RECEIVED TO LATE FOR SERVICE ( ) SERVICE OF WITHIN PAPERS COSTS FEE $__________ MILEAGE $___________ TOTAL $__________ DEPUTY_______________________________________________ The deputy didnt fill out any of this form. My question is: Is this something that I could potentionally use to my advantage in my dealings with Midland Funding LLC? any ideas or suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated as I have never had to deal with a debt collector in this way. Also, I am in need of guidance on how to deal with a Petition for "Admission of fact" from Midland Funding LLC. I will greatfully provide any information as it pertains to the Petition that is needed to better understand my circumstances. Thank you so much in advance.