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  1. I am being sued by Unifund. I don't recall the debt. I pulled my credit report and can't find OC (citibank cc) or JDB on any of them. I contacted their attorney and Unifund and requested any other info they had to help validate this so I could negotiate if in fact it was legit. (Just courtesy call nothing formal in writing) They sent appx 6 statements from 2015 and 2016 on act opened in 2012. At first glance I noticed my name. I have a very common name , (like Barb Jones or Cathy Smith common) and my medical records have been confused with a woman by the same name but different birthday,
  2. Hi all, I am currently needing help for my mother who waited til the last day she has to answer a complaint made against her for a balance on an US Bank credit card. She's still within the 30 days to file her answer but only contacted a lawyer 2 days earlier and he told her to write a very short letter to the plaintiff asking that he not take default judgement against her as she is in the process of obtaining legal counsel. Since it is too late to mail it to the plaintiff the lawyer she consulted said to email it to the plaintiff as well as file it as her answer. I've read a few of the posts
  3. Hello all - I discovered this site after doing some research on a summons I received on Saturday morning. The complaint includes much of the boiler-plate information that I've seen on other complaints on this website and others: [Plaintiff is listed as Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. yet on previous debt-collection documents client is listed as NAN Capital One] [i removed the introductory information which appeared to be pretty standard stuff...] 1. Plaintiff [Capital One Bank (USA) N.A.] is a national corporation... 2. Defendant is who we say he is... 3. Defendant entered into an agremen