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Greetings all! Here is my new case - yay me! I've been doing research on the difference between a verified and non-verified complaint and if I understand things correctly, in California I am allowed to answer using the General Denial because the Complaint is from the actual creditor and it is under $25k. Please let me know if I have misunderstood things or if anything I do needs to be different because it is a verified complaint. Also from what I could dig up online, there is an arbitration clause electing AAA - with wording about Barclay covering the fees. Besides sending out the BOP an
I have a situation with Midland and Barclays very similar to another thread I’ve seen here but I've already answered with something I found elsewhere online. Using the TurboCourt.com form I responded to my summons with the below statement: Responding party objects to this request on the ground that it is vague, ambiguous, unintelligible, and lacks adequate supporting documentation. The plaintiff has not proven the debt is valid of Defendant, or the amount of the debt is accurate. Defendant insists that the plaintiff provided the original signed contract agreement, account statements,
First let me start by saying I haven't even gone 30 days late as of yet but I am massivly concerned on what might happen. First and foremost I had a chapter 7 bk that was done in April 2014. I have since built my credit up and have been slowly racking up my cards. I currently owe Capital One $60,000, Barclays 20,000, Discover 4,000, and lending club 24,000. One month ago I had a massive seizure and was diagnosed with a brain tumor. I have lost my job and can barely work 10-15 hours a week from my doctors note. I have all medical records. Now I currently have 0 assets other than a 16,000 car I