sperez

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  1. Thank you for the reply @fisthardcheese! Yes, that was the first bill. However, they never responded to my settlement offer and instead just moved to dismiss the case (without prejudice tho). Since the arbitration was only opened due to Court's ruling, I ended up withdrawing my arbitration case. I understand that this dismissal still leaves them open to suing me once more before the SOL. However, the SOL is so close, I'm just gonna keep an eye out on it and hope they don't re-file.
  2. Huh, that's not too great to hear. For the one where they went to the bitter end, what was the debt amount? It just seems like an odd case to decide to take to the end with the amount in controversy.
  3. Hi, Just quick update: the JDB paid the $2,800 eventhough the debt was less than $1,500. How often does this actually happen? Any help would be appreciated.
  4. So first off, a quick thank you to ASTMedic, HomelessInCalifornia, calawyer, BV80, RyanEX, Harry Seaward, LoveIsPower, sadinca and the many others that I have missed! Your posts/threads/help are immeasurable! Just had a quick question in regards to me case which went almost exactly like NetworkEngineer ( https://www.creditinfocenter.com/community/topic/331706-california-sued-by-calvary-court-vs-arbitration/ ). Summary: Cavalry sued. I filed a MTC Arbitration that was granted and then proceeded to open an Arbitration claim (paid the $200 and they got notice and a deadline to p