hypemnd

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  1. I was served a complaint in Texas on July 18, 2005. The complaint had discovery attached. I saw that the responses to discovery were due 50 days after the complaint was served, so I thought I had that long to answer. Now I see that the complaint alone was supposed to be answered in 20 days. They filed a motion for default judgement on August 26, but it appears that it has not yet been granted. Is there anything I can do at this point?
  2. I sent the second DV letter advising them that they had not complied with the first. All they sent me was exactly the same correspondence I received on the first attempt. Where to now?
  3. I have a collection account for $233.00 on my credit report that dates from 2001. The collector is Credit Systems International and the OC is Austin Energy. I don't mind paying the account, but I do want to make certain that the trade line is deleted from my credit files. What steps do I need to take to get this done?
  4. Thanks for the responses. I'll send the 2nd letter and wait. The collector info is as follows: Credit Systems International, Inc. P.O. Box 1088 1277 Country Club Lane FW TX 76112 Arlington, TX 76004 (817) 496-6500 (800) 316-8064 Hope that helps!
  5. I sent the debt validation letter to CSI regarding an account with Austin Energy I believe I paid years ago. The response they sent is merely a printout in tabular format as follows: Name: XXXXX CSI Prim Ref.: 574XXXX CSI Ref.: 574XXXX Acct#: 0364XXXX Svc Add.: 2409 XXXX St. Cut On Date: 19990824 Cut off Date: 010523 Bal: $XXX.XX Cli: Austin Energy My initial reaction is that this does not fufill the requirements as it is simply a printout of the collector's file. Any advice?