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  1. Hi there. I'm being sued by Unifund LLC, and they are represented by Daniel Gordon here in Oregon. I filled in the following questions: 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit?: Unifund, llc. 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) : Daniel N Gordon, Eugene, OR 3. How much are you being sued for? : $11xxx.00 plus interest 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) : Citibank 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) : I was served. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notic
  2. I have received a summons with complaint from Daniel N. Gordon on behalf of plaintiff Midland Funding, LLC. Both the plaintiff and defendant reside in Oregon. I sent my answer certified mail and denied ever owning said credit card or legal contract with Chase Band or Midland Funding, LLC. On July 17th they sent me a letter stating, “Enclosed please find the document per your request for validation of your debt with or law office”. Included was CC statements and chain of title, also some field data from Midland Credit containing the acct. number, name, last 4 digits of SS#, address home phone #
  3. So I have been served by Daniel Gordon on behalf of Midland Funding for some Wamu account years old for an absurd amount that is like 3 times more than the actual credit card ever was. I filed my response that I denied this debt was mine and demand validation. They sent me and the court some photocopied bank statements showing default payments for maybe five months followed by an affadivt from Florida saying some **** like I owed Chase 1600 dollars ( The same as the last produced statement) before the account was sold to Midland. So as I prepare my defense, what do I do about these photoco
  4. Hi there. I have another thread going about my lawsuit with Unifund/Citibank and Daniel Gordon, PC. But my question is about settling during this whole process. The reason I'm even here is that my husband and I ended up on the wrong side of the housing bubble and resulting market and construction industry crash. He lost his building work for a year, we had two tiny kids, a construction loan and a half-finished house. We survived by maxing out 8 credit cards that were virtually unused before then. When it all shook out I decided the only option was to try to settle with the credit compan
  5. Hi there. I have lurked on debt forums for a few years now and am only just now posting. I successfully settled $100,000 worth of credit cards with Chase, Bank of America, and US Bank, all of whom settled for about 25-30% of the debt. In retrospect it seems almost painless. My husband had lost all of his work as a contractor after the housing bubble and we lived off credit cards for 6 months. That's all it took to get completely underwater and we couldn't recover. A wonderful friend loaned us some cash so we could settle instead of declaring bankruptcy. So, Citibank, the only one left,