Report Being sued by Synchrony bank for settled account-can I serve them Interrogatories? in Collections Posted October 23, 2015 In April 2015 I received a debt settlement letter from Synchrony bank to pay off my account for 1/3rd of the balance. I was in a bad spot financially so I jumped on the offer. The offer letter said I had to contact them by a certain date which I did. I spoke to a rep who gave me instructions to send a check along with a copy of the settlement letter via CMRRR which was done. Synchrony received my check but never processed it because they signed for it 2 days PAST the date to contact them on the settlement letter. They claim since they received it past the settlement date on the letter it was not accepted. My case is that I DID contact them PRIOR to the date and arrangements were made and followed through to pay the debt, Synchrony is saying that since they received my check past the date on the settlement letter to contact them they did not process the payment. Subsequently they sent me to collections and now a civil lawsuit.I have the signed green card, copy of the settlement letter sent to me and a copy of the letter I sent to them along with my check. The lawyer's office for Synchrony has sent me INTERROGATORIES to answer which I have no problem with because its all information I've provided to them previously but my question for the forum is:Can I serve the Plaintiff (lawyer's for Synchrony bank) interrogatories of my own? They are telling me "Synchrony refused your payoff because it arrived 2 days late" and I would like to know if I have the right to know who at Synchrony has the authority to say that + I would like to bring in the recorded conversations done by the attorney's office if it comes down to it in court. I think a judge would find all of this to be a waste of time but I will not pay Synchrony 4 times the amount I believed I settled for.