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  1. Nothing. This law firm files so many of these. i have seen them go over a year and then they follow up. it seems , if they get knocked down for failure to appear with payments, they then follow up with failure to appear. which is granted. I have a few of these bookmarked and waiting to see what happens next.
  2. had a pretrial hearing. was scheduled for another, to see if we could come to a resolution, and they did a "withdrawal of action" prior to second pretrial hearing. The attorney stated that they would try to pursue case with original contract terms(the amended one was not favorable for them) but, I guess they couldn't pull it together. I believe they were trying to pass off an application for credit as a contract. I pointed this out it. Thanks for your help as well! Harry
  3. this is for discover card in connecticut
  4. so, check this out. cavalry files suit. goes for default with payments. gets denied "proof computer systems accurate". then files for default for "no show" but, no payments and get approved
  5. @Brotherskeeper Just wanted to let you know that they withdrew the case. I know people will chime in and say " that is not the end" but, I believe it is. Thanks for your help, it was/is truly appreciated!!!
  6. I have read many post here and many lawsuits online(in my area) and it doesn't seem standard that plaintiffs are eager or willing to take 66% off of lawsuit right away. As far as MSJ the plaintiff s attorney stated in front of Judge/Magistrate? who sat in for this pretrial conference that that was off the table. He seemed eager to make a deal for far less and was not interested in trial. Of course, what do I know? I only would say to people reading this. Put up a fight. Don't just lay down. This board has been a tremendous amount of help and a couple of people in particular.
  7. I understand that. It also means that it may be wrong. I have seen quite a few cases where they mention the amounts are accurate to the best of their knowledge. I realize there is more than one way to look at this. Why not scratch and claw? What's the worst that can happen? The burden of proof is still on the plaintiff. Stating "Sold As is and no guarantees of accuracy" has to mean something. Doesn't mean it's not but, Doesn't mean it is. They may own my account, they may not. The amount owed with principle may be correct or maybe not. This statement they apply is there for their protection so, in case there is a y discrepancy (like proof of ownership and amount owed) Just small details. Bottom line, they were willing to slash their suit by 66%.
  8. Hey BK Tgought I'd fill you in Went to pretrial conference and plaintiffs counsel was willing to accept 1/3 of suit. I claimed interest was not calculated properly and I still have no evidence that they are the legitimate owner of account. Another pretrial conference is scheduled. Counsel had original loan documents from original lender and stated that they could just amend lawsuit and pursue litigation based on that document and scratch the BOA documents. Also interesting is when I stated they purchased account "as is" "with all faults and no guarantees of accuracy" He said "BOA does this on all bill of sales and it's completely normal" I stated "well that's bad news for your client" @Brotherskeeper
  9. It's posted here a few threads back. It's long but essentially just about everything 🙂
  10. @Brotherskeeper Ok, so maybe it wasn't? Their Motion was put on short calendar, I filed a motion objecting. The day after judge review on short calendar a pretrial conference was set. I assumed that the judge would have just granted MSJ? But what do I know? Just by you asking me this question has me wondering. He didn't deny their MSJ, he just set a pretrial date. Hmmm.
  11. @Brotherskeeper Hi Brotherskeeper So they didn't get their MSJ. Have a pretrial conference mid October. We'll see.
  12. I will follow up and post back. I know same judge, plaintiff, attorneys and in small claims going for motion for default. I will check them out and post them here
  13. What's interesting to me is, there is this one particular judge, I guess she works different areas of the state because I have seen her name in other counties. Anyways, I have been looking through cases and noticed on a particular date June 19 every case from cavalry that had a motion for default , about 8, she denied. Stating that cavalry portfolio services was a different entity than cav spv. Then I see a few days later she working in a different county, same plaintiff and law firm. Same circumstances, motion for default, and she grants it!! What is the deal?