Jking57

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  1. State is MT, though I'm still searching for specifics here. I believe I did find something in general on this just now where it can be left with a management level employee, thanks for the response. http://www.process-servers.net/Rules-of-Process-Serving.asp also this: http://www.creditinfocenter.com/legal/process-service-requirements.shtml MONTANA Upon an individual other than an infant or an incompetent person, by delivering a copy of the summons and of the complaint to the individual personally or by delivering a copy of the summons and of the complaint to an agent authorized by appointment or by law to receive service of process, provided that if the agent is one designated by statute to receive service, such further notice as the statute requires shall be given.
  2. As title says, is this legal? Can an individual be served at their workplace? Was served by Sheriff's deputy.
  3. @neweuquol off to ignore you go buddy, I was willing to give you the benefit of a doubt but now you're showing us all how much an obnoxious troll you really are, please do not post in my thread any more, thank you.
  4. It simply means depending on how events play out I'll adjust my strategy accordingly, This isn't my first rodeo, I've dealt with Midland before, and I'll do it again and will be better prepared as a result of that experience.
  5. I'm sorry but who the hell said I would figure it out later?
  6. With respect Midland is a petri dish of potential violations, not worried and will adjust appropriately beforehand if necessary.
  7. Thanks @CCRP626, that's one form of arb I haven't tried searching yet...
  8. Hi guys and thanks for the responses. @Brotherskeeper I am quite familiar with my state's Rules of Civ. P. and UAA as well as UCC and have most of the key laws printed to pdf. @CCRP626, thank you and yes I have this printed and saved to pdf and refer to it often, as a whole it definitely is a great read, but pgs 34-40 are telling.
  9. Hello everyone, I've been reading these forums for some time now, which is among a handful of forums I consider indispensable for my research. I've been gathering as much info as I can from here and elsewhere to develop the best strategy for dealing with both OC and JDB suits. As with the other forums, I'm extremely impressed with many of the members here in their knowledge, background and above all else their willingness to help, giving selflessly of their time. My primary focus at the moment is on a debt which was just purchased by Mudland Funding LLC. My strategy is to await the initial dunning letter and proceed from there with my DV letter. I have all of the necessary documents and forms, all pre-built over the course of several months now all ready to go, all of which have been pre-screened by my contact at the local self-help law center at the courthouse for whom I've had email contact since late last year. From my research here and elsewhere, I have come to an understanding that less is better for an effective DV and possible arbitration election letter; I say "possible" because I wish to keep my cards as it were close to the vest until I need to play and also my understanding is that there is virtually no case law on whether or not if one elects arbitration and the JDB follows this with a suit, if this would constitute an FDCPA violation, nevertheless I'd welcome opinions on the subject of electing vs not electing. I am of the opinion now that it would be more beneficial to just plain FILE straight up following before they sue, and should they sue, that would be a clear undeniable violation of the FDCPA. My sincere thanks in advance for any insight, opinions and advice on how to proceed effectively.
  10. @misbhavn that's great news, in the meantime check out this article from him, it's outstanding... http://www.law.gonzaga.edu/files/Jarzombek-Defending-Debt-Collection-Suits.pdf another one here as well... https://works.bepress.com/peter_holland/9/
  11. I'm a bit curious as to the methods employed on how they obtain one's involvement here in the forums or any forum for that matter. Are they subpoenaing it from the individual's IP provider and/or just plain asking the person under oath if they belong to any online communities that discuss relative content. What if any civil liberties are being violated by doing so, assuming said person isn't divulging to much personal info to begin with.
  12. As much as I value this forum and the many members here, this thread always bothered me in this regard, waaay too much personal info asked for...
  13. Yeah well I feel sorry for these so-called attorneys for DCs that have to resort to coming here for strategy