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    Author of "Defending a Lawsuit by a Junk Debt Buyer: How a Florida Mom Beat Asset Acceptance, LLC!
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  1. Their answers to discovery are exactly what AA does in their cases. Their answers were very close to what they answered in my case. I kept hammering. They finally admitted they did not have what I was requesting. So, then they filed an intent to subpoena docs from the OC. (By this time, it had been months since they filed their lawsuit against me, which is when they should have already had the docs.) You notice, they never actually subpoenaed the docs, only filed an INTENT to do that. At first, I thought it was a subpoena (more intimidation tactics). Then I calmed down and actually read what i
  2. We have been hydroponically gardening for 4 1/2 years now. We grow more than we can possibly eat and give it to our neighbors. Here in Florida, we can get in 2 growing seasons easily. There is no back-breaking work with the hydroponic method. We have 4 "towers" and 6 larger pots. This time around we are growing cabbage, watermelon, green beans. broccoli, black-eyed peas, 3 kinds of tomatoes, zucchini, 4 kinds of peppers, cucumbers, Romaine lettuce, Swiss chard, and radishes. We've also grown onions, cantaloupe, yellow squash, eggplant, okra, green peas, turnips, and more. We have thought a
  3. #3 I would answer "I do not have sufficent knowledge to answer the question." How would you know as to whether or not Portfolio owns the alleged debt? You can't deny it unless you know for sure they do not own the alleged debt. They haven't even proved yet there is a debt, that they own the debt, and that the debt is yours. This would be something for Discovery where you will demand proof of these things. Also, be careful how you talk about the ALLEGED debt. You state you do not believe you owe $1,000, that you believe the amount is less. HINT: You owe Portfolio NOTHING! You may or may not o
  4. UPDATE: 2 Midland TLs off my credit report - one for $15,000+ and one for $16,000+!!!! I realize this may not be the normal route to a "win," but, heck, I will take it as a win! Both of these debts are outside SOL, so I did not fear Midland whatsoever. I kinda was hoping they would go ahead and sue me, because then I KNOW I had them! These TLs were scheduled to come off the end of next year, quite awhile to go yet. Earlier, I disputed the debts with Midland. It was questionable as to if/when they notified me of the debts in the first place. They say they did; I say they didn't. The date
  5. In my lawsuit, Citi's affidavit was signed by an employee of Asset Acceptance, living a half hour's drive from AA's main headquarters in MICHIGAN and notarized by a Missouri notary (HUH???) By digging around, I was able to come up with her information. My daughter even called AA and asked for her by name, saying she needed to update her personal info for her auto insurance. The receptionist said she was out to lunch. Of course, this was only one small nugget of my total case. But each piece piles up, no matter how small it may seem.
  6. But the very next sentence says one may generally deny all the statements. If one must give a reason, they would be unable to generally deny the statements. I'm with Bruno. I believe he is okay. A simple Deny or Admit will suffice. Less is generally more. In #1 a simple "Admit I live in this county" would work here in FL.
  7. You don't have to worry about Asset coming back after you. They never had the evidence; they never will. You called their bluff; you won! Great job!!
  8. ANY win is a GREAT win!! It ain't always pretty, but it's the result that counts!
  9. :ROFLMAO2: :ROFLMAO2: That article just made my day!!! I certainly hope I had at least a small part in AA's demise. I feel so bad that their income went down so much last year - had I known, I might have withdrawn my lawsuit against them - NOT! Some of their 2012 income went to me!!!!
  10. As we've said, it is not REQUIRED to file with the court, but from my experience, I would definitely do so. If (when) you file a Motion To Compel, the judge will want to know what you have done on your own to "compel" AA to comply. By putting a copy of the letter in the file, he will have his answer. It can save some time later.
  11. You might want to consider filing a copy of your letter to meet and confer with the court. They will put a copy of your letter in your file. That way, if you are forced to file a Motion To Compel (you probably will have to do that), the judge will see you have already tried contacting them outside of the court to get their cooperation. AA is following their usual protocol. So nice to know that $2million fine slapped on them hurt so badly, huh?
  12. If they have FDCPA, FCRA, and/or state violations, you can sue them. If you have solid violations against them, they will want to settle. You can "suggest" they remove their tradeline in the settlement. They will be most happy to do so, I believe, from experience. They typically dismiss without prejudice, meaning they CAN come back and sue you again, but they know they have to get all their ducks in a row first, which takes time and money and, many times, can't be done in any circumstance.