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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
A creditor filed suit against me in Los Angeles County. I have not been served, but when checking online I discovered this: 11/22/2013 DECLARATION RE: DILIGENCE FILED 11/21/2013 DECLARATION RE: DILIGENCE FILED Is this the creditor asking permission from the court to perform substituted service? Or are they claiming they have already performed substituted service? If the latter, I'm worried they could file a (bogus) proof of service and a request for default at the same time. Is this possible? There was nothing filed after that, at least nothing that has been listed online. And why two