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  1. Quick history: I beat Midland in small claims (no counterclaim by me), which caused another claim by Cavalry (which I did have a counterclaim) to settle with 0 and mutual dismissal w/prejudice a year ago. Its been quiet ever since, however, I just received two dunning letters from two different attorneys for two different accounts. One being capital one, the other synchrony bank (both are JDB). No suits have been filed yet, but I feel its coming, most likely both being small claims. I don't see an arbitration clause in the cap one agreement, so I can deal with that in small claims (same
  2. First, a big thank you to everyone on the board for all the help you offer to those of us struggling with these problems. I have a question that I have not seen addressed in other threads. Can an attorney for an OC file an offer to settle letter with the court as evidence? Basically, the case is in Ohio. The amount is under 15k. Being sued by original creditor, maybe, the debt collector won't prove who owns the bebt. I filed a motion to dismisss / compel to get this into arb. The OC's Atty filed a motion for stay, using my arbitration app