smartblond

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  1. A while back I wrote and mentioned that MBNA/Scott Lowery called with some artibration threats and tried to send me a certified in the mail (at christmas and I was gone).. I , to this day have nothing.. I had a local lawyer contact him , they said they would be back in touch.. never were and my laywer (400.00 later!) dropped the case.. I am currently working with someone to get this straight (hope I can settle before he serves papers).. HERE IS THE MAIN PROBLEM I pulled my CR every few months .. in FEB 2006 they had the "last payment" as July of 2003.. I pulled it again June 1, 2006 , the las
  2. thanks.. the reason I asked is because I have read on several posts that people have sent DV letters and then ended up with a summons... I would like to avoid that tactic.. since it seems to be the popular one these days As far as keeping it all in writing , I do just that.. I never get on the phone.. EVER with CA's
  3. not sure what you mean.. the on the SOL Issue.. the last payment on the account (it was closed by then ) was 11/2002... you said you always respond.. did that ever backfire on you??
  4. good to know.. that would be pretty hard since I have lived in the same house for 11 years... so no tolling I did have ONE judge think it was 10 years in our state (that is for contract under seal not an open or written contract , which are both three years here in NC).. scares me that a JUDGE didnt know that!!!
  5. Aussie.. check your private messages
  6. got it.. but if a debt is SOL they cant' win a case can they?
  7. I am confused if he a collector or on the debtors side.. I am totally confused which pond he is fishing in.. what do you know about him these calls are a riot.. but it looks like he trains collectors too.. I would love to get him to help with one of my accounts!
  8. I recieved a letter from a local collector/firm today for an old bill for Shell Oil 713.00 (dont think its worth sueing over but you can never tell) It was a dunning letter which is at least six months over the SOL so do I send a DV anyway? Skip the DV and send the form letter on the site informing the I dispute the debt and its out of SOL (I understand sometimes if you send a DV they just go to sue and frankly I dont want to time from work to go to court) or just ignore them.. which choice is best and why
  9. I saw a post earlier where someone mentioned in some states a collector can try to collect after the SOL it is legal... did I misunderstand that?? How do I know which states its legal and where its not.. this is new info to me.. thanks Does that mean only calls and letters.. but they still can't sue after that.. or can they? Thanks
  10. My SOL on the debts I didn't settle or pay is up in about four months.. I have noticed a rapid pace on letters/notes from collectors..would this have anything to do with it?? Also are they more likely to sue.. I have had two suits I have settled.. two that are being watched (including an arbitration_) and the rest of my creditors I was able to work with and am making payments... There are a few more out here.. but now I wonder if they are going to file.. since it seems the more I read this board the more I see.. it just seems to be increasing.. my last letter was Portfolio recovery.. they want
  11. I hope you can help me I am seriously confused.. I have accounts that are past due.. however I notice on some of them the date of last activity and date of last payment is wrong.. I am disputing that What date does the SOL kick in I would think it would be last date of payment (no activites were on any of my cards after that) and if an CA purchases the debt.. they start the clock sometimes a year later.. so does it fall off a year later as well?? And don't they have to proove the last payment was made. I am sorry this is confusing. I have a card that the last payment was 9-03... the SOL in my
  12. you would be hard pressed to get a loan but if you do end up with some sort of money to do it. .. if they sue and get a judgement yes they can place a lien on the property
  13. can you elborate.. I clicked your link but it was your personal blog and I have no idea where to find that info if its there.. so some help on it would be appreciated.. who was the plaintiff.. amount, state you are in (I assume VA but not sure if that was the case at the time) and bascially what happened.. did they do it more then once until it was paid.. were they willing to work out a payment plan first... etc.. .. thanks
  14. thanks again LadyInRed.. I dont know what I would do without your information.. and you are right on the money (no pun intended) as usual.. the sherffs dept told me it depends on the bank but my bank after nine people and the right dept said exactly what you did... joint or not the money is fair game.. I appreicate we dont have garnishment in my state (NC)but then whats the point if they can drain the bank accounts anytime they like.. that makes me even more nervous..