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  1. Here is a good article on this (FDBPA
  2. As we all know midland bought out asset. i have an open case with asset and recieved a sort-of dunning letter from midland informing me they were taking over the case. some notable features of this letter: -they informed me 'the account wiill be handled directly by MCM as servicer for asset acceptance, thru its internal legal dept. MCM's in-house counsel has filed or will be filing a substitution of attorney with the court. The back says "As the owner of this account, but subject to the rights below Asset Acceptance LLC is entitled to payment of this account". - Is this considered to be a 'Sale of Debt after 1/1/14' and subject to California's new Fair Debt Buying Practices Act? Doesn't sound like it but I'm open to all remedies. -they requested that if i had filed an answer with the court that i should forward them to midland - I imagine I'm not obligated and its their problem to acquire any documents filed with the court that have been properly served to Asset? -back of letter has standard dunning 'Unless you noitify MCM within 30 days after receiving this notice that you dispute the validity of the debt, MCM will assume this debt to be valid. If you notify MCM, in writing....that the debt is disputed, MCM will obtain verification of debt or copy of judgement and mail you a copy - I know i normally wouldn't DV in an active lawsuit, but am i affording myself any extra options by doing it here? thanks