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  1. After I filed my answer i received notice to attend a case management conference. While there we were given deadlines to file interrogatories etc. Midland sent me their request on Tuesday and I sent my responses and my request to them on Wednesday.
  2. We are more powerful than we realize. If people would just do a little research. I typed in midland funding and voila! I was lead here. You have to want to defend yourself. I'm just glad that you all are here and sharing knowledge.
  3. I had to register and thank each and everyone of you that shared your experiences and technique. I had never heard of Midland Funding until I received a letter in the mail from local counsel offering to represent me in a bankruptcy. They stated that I was being sued and included a case number. I went to the court docket of the court of common pleas and saw my name listed. Turns out Midland was suing me on behalf of Capital One. I have never had an account with Capital One. At this point I'm pulling copies of my credit report and see that Midland had made an inquiry on 1 of the 3. Capital One has never shown up on my credit report. Once before TRU had listed a debt to me that was not mine so, I was thinking this had to be the case. Anyway, I did not attend the default hearing. I received certified mail notices but I never retrieved them. Finally one came by regular mail. Next I received Midland's request that I "Answer". At this point I knew this was real. So, they pretty much asked the usual questions that have been listed here. I filed my answer three days later and was then sent notification of a case management conference. I was early. The Javitch representative was late. She showed up and actually appeared shocked that I actually had the audacity to show up. She blurted out erroneously that I had not filed my answer in due time. I corrected her on this and then she replies "oh, I'm sorry". So, we were giving deadlines to file our discovery requests. I was asked for name, place of employment, phone number, address, why i hadn't paid, admit that i had obtained credit from Capital One, admit that I was a horrible person for not taking responsibility. I responded truthfully to every interrogatory. I then drafted my own and asked for proof of the debt, credit agreements showing my signature, permission to view my credit report, statement and invoices that had been sent to me from Capital One, proof that they had legal authority to collect on behalf of Capital One etc. I sent both Certified Return Receipt on May 20. Well on May 28 Atty Jennifer filed for a motion to dismiss without prejudice. I'm not concerned with it being without or with because I'll do the same thing again. I would like to give thanks to all of you that have contributed to this forum helping the uninformed stand up for themselves when it comes to junk debt buyers like Midland Funding LLC.