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Hy guys, I have been reading a lot on this forum and I want to thank all those who brought a beam of hope into the lives of many people! Thanks! This is my issue: on July 9 I received a letter from a law group, signed and dated by a lawyer July 6 2015, informing me of their "Intention to file litigation....". They informed me that I had 30 days to dispute the validity of the debt. On August 3rd, I sent a letter (didn't think to make it certified!) to the law firm. Today, August 9, I receive another letter from the same law firm (dated and signed Aug 6) stating they have "Intention to file litigation...". Now, if I am not mistaken, they have violated the 30 days period: the original letter states "unless you dispute the validity of this debt within 30days after the receipt of this notice..." now the receipt is Jul 9 2015. The second letter in which they renew their intention to file the lawsuite is dated Aug 6 2015. The 30 days period from the receipt I beleive starts on July 9 2015 and end on Aug 8 2015 (11.59pm), thus the first day after the 30 days is Aug 9 2015. So to summarize: Letter_1 Date signed by their lawyer: Jul 6, 2015Date received by me: Jul 9, 2015 [30 days are supposed to pass, however i receive a new letter from them] Letter_2 Date signed by their lawyer: Aug 06, 2015Date received by me: Aug 8 2015. Is this something that violates the Federal Act? Btw, I do not have a job, i do not own a car or a house or any property: what is their gain from taking me to court?
If you reside in Tennessee and you have received a dunning letter from any debt purchaser attempting to collect from you, [be advised] Asset Acceptance is on a tear throughout Tennessee as is Midland Funding, LLC. The latter "usually" sends a letter first through Midland Credit Management before suing through Midland Funding. CACH, LLC is always active as is Cavalry SPV I. That said, these matters are not that difficult to get dismissed but they do require your attention.