JohnDeereMan

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  1. Thank you. I'm just trying to wrap my head around the matter, rules and procedures. It is kinda fun in a sense of researching and learning new things. If I hadn't chosen my current path, I might've ventured into law school. I just hope to have some well researched ways for solving this by next week at least.
  2. Also I may have been mistaken on the verification. In the summons, three is a section called Declaration RE: Venue (is this verification?) It reads: The undersigned declare: That I am the attorney at law, duly license to practice before all Courts in the state of california I am an associate with the Law Offices of Patenaude & Felix, APC, counsel of record for Plaintiff herein. I make this Declaration based on my personal knowledge, except for those items which are stated to be based on my information and belief. If called to testify I could, and would, competentl
  3. I found this screen shot from when I opened the account that has the credit agreement in it. I don't see any thing about Arbitration in it. Although I can be mistaken, after all this is new territory for me. Also, in response to your number 2 point I think the majority of OC threads on here the consensus is to settle and settle, barring some gross misconduct made by the plaintiffs. To settle as soon as possible to avoid more court fees and damages. Credit Card _ Target.pdf
  4. @WhoCares1000 Thanks for clearing that up. Sounds like this is normal and the Court is just trying to be proactive. My game plan is this: Call the plaintiff law firm to see if they'll a reduced amount in the form of a lump sum settlement with a guarantee of dismissal (in writing) if I comply. It may be worth it to settle when considering the time it would take me to fight it - either from using my precious free time or having to take time off from work If they don't want to settle I'll go through a BOP request as I've seen in other threads and file a general denial. I quali
  5. Also if I were to settle, can I trust the law firm to dismiss the lawsuit in time? (of course I'll ask for the agreement in writing) I mean would it be best to still file a response (and if so, do I do a general denial - even if I'm "settling" with the law firm?
  6. 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? TD Bank USA 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Law offices of Patenaude & Felix 3. How much are you being sued for? Less than $1,000 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) TD BANK USA, N.A for a target credit card 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Served at home, summons given to relative 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) Served at