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  1. I am having the exact issue with the same law firm: Received a Notice of Claim/Summons on Saturday 2/23/2013 stating, The said plaintiff complains and says: That the defendant is indebted to the plaintiff for reasons stated herein for unpaid balance due. (Plaintiff being Midland Funding LLC as assignee of Citibank). and asks for judgement $$. I received via regular mail and the service requested was personal. (Not sure if this matters). Attached to the summons was a letter declaring I wasn't active military and an affidavit of debt. Affidavit of debt reads as follows: (Also not notorized). I, name, am of adult age and am an employee of Midland Credit Management, servicing agent for plaintiff, and am fully authorized by plaintiff to make the following representations. Plaintiff purchases portfolios of delinquent accounts from either the original creditor or a subsequent purchaser of the account, and therefore assigns the accounts to MCM to be serviced. Plaintiff does not operator or maintain a computer system. MCM holds the computer records and account information for accounts purchased by plaintiff. I am familiar with the record-keeping practices of MCM. I have reviewed records kept in the normal course of MCM's business, and make the statements herein based upon personal knowledge of those accounts records maintained on plaintiff"s behalf. 1. Defendant has an account balance of $$, which is owed to Plaintiff on account ####. a. The type of account is a credit card (Issuing company: CitiBank) 2. The plaintiff has obtained this debt from CitiBank (South Dakota). 3. The account balance includes MCM's records that there are no late fees after 2/20/09 ------ The summons was issued 2/11/2013 The first letter I received from this law firm was dated 1/24/2013 Affidavit dated 1/5/2013 The amount is just under $1000.00 I could pay it off and just settle but I'm not sure I should. First of all, I can't even find a CitiCard listed on my credit report or the original account number. All I find is MCM. I had not had a chance to send a letter of verification prior to the summons. Which, it doesn't look as though they waited 30days anyway! Now what?? I've read some horrible things about this law firm and MCM and not sure I should give them any money. I don't know if a DV is worth my time at this point. Court is scheduled 3/21/2013. Also, If I settle, will it still be filed as a public record on my report? Or should I dispute? Also should I dispute MCM records on my credit report since there is no report for this account # originally??