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Midland Funding has started a new court strategy in Texas and maybe other states also. Reviewing the Texas online court records, Midland has started opening old cases with Default Judgements. They have reopened dozens of cases in 2019 and none in 2018. The cases are asking for courts to garnish money from major banks like JP Morgan and others. I don’t think the law has changed in Texas regarding garnishments, ( Texas law prevents wage garnishment on consumer debt.) Midland has found something or someway to get information on the defendants in their old Judgment wins. If anyone has some information on this, please inform us. The e-file count on debt cases being filed has continued to grow at an alarming rate. I feel we are witnessing something regarding consumer debt and the court system of great importance in history.
I was served a summons and complaint by a process server but I said I was not the person he was looking for and didn't know that person (even though it was me) and he gave me the papers anyway. The Papers do not have a court file number nor a case number. It only has a case type listed as consumer credit contract (3A) and there is what appears to be an attorney file number. Papers are from Rausch Sturm and they say I need to respond with answers within 20 days. The 20 days will be in 5 days now and falls on a Sunday. What is my best action to take? I'm in Minnesota. Thank you.
Does anyone know how to use the Pacer Case Locator- I found it in this thread Start To Finish Winning Against Midland Funding Aka Jdb! I registered but when looking up cases should you search for civil or appelllate reults? Here is a screen shot of what you can search for when I typed in Midalnd for Califronia Is their a way to seach by court or regiion?
I recommend also storing your docs in Google drive as well as hard copy and on your computer. If your computer crashes or you loose those hard copies- this is an extra ounce of safety just in case for all the filed papers you use with the court.