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Hey, I was summoned by Stenger & Stenger about 2 weeks ago. I spoke with a rep on the phone, and they offered a 80% settlement. I asked her to send me paperwork to review. What now? 1. Who is suing you? Capital Alliance Financial LLC represented by Stenger & Stenger, P.C. in Grand Rapids, MI 2. For how much? about $1200 + filing fees 3. Who is the original creditor? HSBC - Best Buy 4. How do you know you are being sued? Summons 5. How were you served? Hand delivered to me on Feb 20, 2016. 6. What was your correspondence (if any)
A 20 day summons from Capital One and Pollack and Rosen was left at my door regarding a possible debt. I did not sign this summons, and was curious if that will hold up in court? Also we have mediation set up for the end of this month and I am not sure what I should say or bring with me. I tried calling Pollack and Rosen today as well as Capital one. I explained to Pollack and Rosen that I never signed any documents and really wasn't served anything. I asked Capital one if there was a way to settle claimed debt with them and they said no. I did some research today and saw that it is a requ
Good afternoon everyone, I've had several mailings coming to my house over the last few days from local attorneys claiming I have a summons heading my way. After some digging into the Dallas Clerk's records I discovered that I am being sued by Portfolio Recovery Associates (Capital One debt). My SOL would have been aged through in 2 months, so I'm definitely going to have to fight it. I've done some research into the attorney handling the case and she has a record of letting things go to "Dismissal for Want of Prosecution". I'd say 85-90% of her credit card cases end with that ruling. Many