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  1. I don't believe Troll is a song, but I am sure you sing it well
  2. UPDATE: As of today 11/7/17 Midlund funding has agreed in mitigation to fold and wipe the debt clean. They have also agreed to show paid in full and contact the credit agencies. This was all agreed to be done with proof prior to Dec 1st, 2017 otherwise we will be going to court.
  3. Third Circuit Review: Bursting The Presumption The Third Circuit vacated summary judgment and remanded the case after concluding that the district court misapplied the presumption. The circuit noted that the presumption was not conclusive and could be rebutted. The circuit distinguished between strong and weak presumptions under the mailbox rule:
  4. Actually just recently Third Circuit considers the operation of the mailbox rule presumption under FRE 301 and the circumstances in which the presumption may be rebutted; circuit distinguishes between strong and weak presumptions; summary judgment was vacated after the circuit concluded that the district court misapplied the presumption, in Lupyan v. Corinthian Colleges Inc., _ F.3d _ (3d Cir. Aug. 5, 2014) (No. 13–1843) The mailbox rule established a general presumption that a letter properly directed and mailed is presumed to reach its destination at the regular time and be receive
  5. The way he said it was just producing a typed letter doesnt prove it was mailed. Most Judges he has spoken with and knows, that if one party is showing proof of shipment and deleivery confirmation on letters they expect the same from the other parties.
  6. I was told by a lawyer friend (family law) that in his experiance just produce a letter is not proof said letter was mailed. And could be argued they never sent it and burden of proof would then fall to the collector.
  7. @ Clydesmom and BV80 - You are correct and I meant to say that I requested the debt validation within my 30-day window and was very clear of the dates in the letter. Where they violated the FDCPA is that they never provided me the proof of Debt Validation, as it clearly states in section 809 paragraph b ) That the debt collector must mail a copy of the Debt Validation to the consumer (me). They did not do that, instead they sued me two months later - in clear violation of FDCPA Also - In violation of the FCBA (Fair Credit Bill Act) when a consumer disputes a debt in writing the
  8. So I got a letter June 21st from a Law firm representing Midland Funding LLC about an old Credit card debt I thought I had paid off. So I immediately fired off with a debt Validation letter that was sent delivery confirmation. I was very specific on the debt validation letter and specified that they need to respond by 30-days and also stated that there client needed to stop reporting me to the collection agency while this debt was in dispute. In September I get a certified letter telling me I am being sued, and had my first mediation date, in that mediation date I was very clear that t