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  1. Hi everyone, thanks in advance for your help. My deadline is roughly 48 hours from now 😬 I'm interested in hearing your advice on my situation... Debt collection suit. Balance is $921.19 ($425 of which are late fees and interest, accrued prior to charge-off). As far as I know, Bloomingdales (Dept. Store National Bank) sold to Cavalry and Cavalry hired Nelson & Kennard (N&K) to collect. I received one letter from N&K in Dec. 2020, which I just opened. I have USPS Informed Delivery so I get emails of scanned images of my mail everyday. I saw it there. I didn't see anything fro
  2. Hi everyone! First-timer here. So, first of all, thank you all in advance for any feedback/advice! It seems that Cavalry has sued more than enough people. I haven’t been served yet, but know they’ve filed a claim. Claim is for a credit card debt around $8K From what I am reading, arbitration is the best route to go for this. In the statement of claim, they listed an account statement, bill of sale, and they are saying that I am indebted to them for the debt. Citi has sold the debt to them. At this point, I’m thinking that verification is enough to support their claim to file. However
  3. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? Cavarly SPV I, LLC, by counsel of LLYOD & MCDANIEL, PLC 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) LLYOD & MCDANIEL, PLC 3. How much are you being sued for? $2k , lawyer and court fees 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) Citibank 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Sheriff came and tied a summons to my door. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) Notice of Summons delivered by sheriff on gate do
  4. Ok. So I got served with a summons for a lawsuit by American Express Centurion Bank. I retained a lawyer because there is no way I'm comfortable going pro se. But at the same time, I want to know what's involved with the process and what would be the best possible defenses. ***will update as I progress***
  5. Hello All - Anyway ever have a Bank fail to submit an Affidavit in the Complaint and Motion for Summary Judgement and then just magically produce a new one dated that week and served that day to Defendent in Court? I did. I have been watching this forum for help as I have decided to fight BIG BANK Discover over a credit card debt. I think I have zeroed in on something but need some case law. 1) They filed the Complaint in October, 2014 using an account stated theory with 1 statement attached for a 10 year account. 2) I filed an answer but not an affidavit. I didn't know that I needed to.
  6. I need to file an answer Monday. Plaintiff is Cavalry SPV I as assignee of FIA Card. The complaint reads as follows: 1. The Plaintiff claims the defendant owes the plaintiff of $4578.04 because: Prin: $4,578.04 Int: $0 AF:$, Total $4,578.04. open account 14-02021-0 The plaintiff also claims from the defendant court costs in the sum of $299.99. That's all that is in the complaint. My records show the last payment to BOA was in Dec 2010 so they are outside the SOL as the complaint is dated 4/07/14, yes? Will a general denial and an affirmative defense of SOL suffice or sh