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  1. Hello, i hope all is well. I'm writing this post today to ask for advice from anyone that has knowledge about or experience with JDB's or even with Unifund/Kenosian for that matter This past weekend i received this letter in the mail from Kenosian and Miele on behalf of Unifund CCR, LLC. The letter was dated 8/9/2019, today is 8/19/2019. I've been digging through the internet for as much information as possible but i still would like an experienced outside opinion as well. Should i dispute? Should i prepare myself to go to court? I haven't been summoned as
  2. Greetings everyone! So it looks like I'm being sued. 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? UNIFUND CCR, LLC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Law Offices of Kenosian & Miele, LLC 3. How much are you being sued for? A total of $7,4XX.XX from two different accounts, plus attorney's fees, costs of suit, etc... 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) CITIBANK, NA 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Received a summons lef
  3. I downloaded the well referenced "Seadragon copy of Calawyers famous Bill of Particulars", but I'm wondering if that's all there is to it. It's just a page. Do I just fill in my name/plaintiff/case no/ and that's it? Or is there more to include specific to my case? For example, do I leave this passage as is with the brackets: "cause of action for [goods sold and delivered] [money had and received] [money lent or paid] [quantum meruit]" or pick one? Will my bill of particulars need more research or will a basic copy of this with the party names included suffice?
  4. I was sued twice by Unifund in 2013, different law firms. The first law firm claimed substitute service at an address I have no connection to at all, so I filed a motion to quash. The clerk gave me a hearing date outside the 30 days required by statute, telling me that it was the first available date. The hearing is on calendar. The second suit served by publication, but their request contained inaccurate info and they failed to fully comply with the judge's order allowing service by publication, so I called the clerk to get a hearing date for a motion to quash. The second clerk started
  5. Two debt collection suits were filed against me, both by Unifund but with different attorneys. I learned of these through a defense lawyer's mail solicitations, which listed the case numbers. One attorney filed substituted service on a Doe at an address I have no connection to (a large business - not a domicile and I've never worked there). I filed a motion to quash service and the hearing date is on calendar. The attorney in the other suit filed an application to serve by publication. The order was just posted as "received" about three weeks ago and forwarded to the judge for considerati