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  1. 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 any
  2. Summons letter was served to my home last week. I wasn’t home so they left it with my mother. It appears that was from a law firm on behalf of Discover bank. The amount owed is a little over $3,000. I am currently unemployed and I have no assets. I rent an apartment and my car is leased. I am in no position to pay a settlement so I would like to figure out a method to either have this dismissed or possibly delayed for as long as possible. My last payment on this account was March 2017 and the account was charged off December 2017. I’ve attached the papers that were given to my
  3. Am lost in law, but oh so thankful to have found this forum. I have been searching for near a month trying to figure out what to do, none of it made any sense. Then I found this oasis; whew I there's a light at the end of the tunnel after all. I've read around the forum and found the questions needed for any insights (I have added questions of mine about areas of the papers) so here we go....... Who is the named plaintiff in the suit?Discover 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) Moore group 3. H
  4. Here are the facts of the case: 1. I've had my Discover card since 1996 and always kept it paid off fully every month until around 2014 when I experienced the all-too-common medical expenses for the first time and ran up a debt of ~$14K and couldn't afford to make payments any more. 2. In January of 2016, after a long series of threatening emails and offers to make various arrangements, I received an email from Discover offering to settle my balance in full for 30%. 3. I borrowed the 30% (something like $4.2K) and sent it to them via check. I included a copy of the email, and wr
  5. I'm being sued by Discover. Im not sure about how to navigate this forum. I read to post in the "is there a lawyer in the house" but I don't know how you guys find that. If Im inthe wrong spot- please do let me know. Thanks! I sent in a request for arbitration with JAMS back in May. They ignored my request which is evidenced by the papers they had served to me yesterday. I elected arbitration because I need to buy time. I do not have funds to negotiate with I do not have an income. The reason for the "breach of contract" was a personal injury which is also in litigation. I wanted to buy
  6. Hi all- I got served today. I had been on this site before and followed Linda7 advice- sent a letter: "I dispute this alleged account. As per the FDCPA, I have the right to request proper validation of the alleged debt. I elect private contractual arbitration via JAMS to resolve any disputes between us. All phone calls are inconvenient, so all communications need to be by mail." I did get a letter from their fraud department a bout a month later asking why I disputed. I didn't respond to that.I also got a package with some statements , cancelled checks stuff liek that, whic
  7. 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
  8. 1. Who is suing you? Glasser & Glasser is the attorney suing me 2. For how much? $9,056 costs of 56 3. Who is the original creditor? Discover 4. How do you know you are being sued? recvd Warrant in Debt 5. How were you served? Were you served? Rec'd in mail, never served on door or in person 6. What was your correspondence (if any) with the people suing you before you think you were being sued? I do not recall any prior communication other than the warrant in debt 7. Wher
  9. **I called the attorney to ask if there was a court date set. She said she is a legal agent who works on behalf of the Lawyer's office, this is an attempt to collect a debt, etc. She offered to settle the debt and take court fees off, and offered a payment plan. I did not acknowledge that the debt was mine or take her offers. I said I would be in touch, but did not affirm anything or that I had ever had an account with Discover. I plan to file a Chapter 7 soon, but I'm trying to research as much as possible to be sure I'm prepared. I have very little property and very little income (my income
  10. What do we do now?? My wife is being sued and I just got the summons a few days ago, but they filed in April 2015, because we moved to a new address and just received our old mail, which included this summons. So we have done nothing and the summons date is listed for June 24th 2015 which is 3 weeks away. Any help or advice will be greatly welcomed! 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? DISCOVER BANK 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) GLASSER AND GLASSER, P.L.C - NORFOLK VIRGINIA 3. How much are you being sued f
  11. - Hello, I'm new to this forum but I'm very impressed how helpful everyone is. I'm hoping I can get some advice from some of the experts here. As a real estate agent, I ran into trouble in 2008-2009 and had to give up paying on some credit cards to take care of other family needs. One of those credit cards, a Disover Card, got a summary judgment against me on 7/6/11 for the principal of $9165.78 as well as the filing fee of $230, the service of process for $79.50, the ex-parte of $30 and the attorney's fee of $500 for a total of $10,005.28 and interest accrueing at 12% per annum. They
  12. I have question regarding the discover, so I recently received Interrogatories, Request of Admission, and Request of documents with a package that included Affidavit of debt, affidavit of sale/transfer, credit card agreement , bank statements and etc. How would I answer Interrogatories and Request of Admission when they are providing documents that support their request? Can I still Object and Deny despite there “evidence/exhibits”? Please help in preparing answers J I have question regarding the discover, so I recently received Interrogatories, Request of Admission, and Request o
  13. I have started a new topic with a new title as I am in a new part of the process. As those who have seen my other thread may remember, I am being sued in Virginia by Discover Card for about $3,000.00. The plaintiff's counsel has submitted their Bill of Particulars, and I have submitted my Grounds of Defense. The trial is in just over one month. So far, I have not heard anything from anyone after submitting my Grounds of Defense, so I am looking for advice on the next steps. The plaintiff's affidavit (and the lawsuit itself) has a significant error in it (not just a simple typo or some
  14. EDIT: Original creditor is Discover Card; amount I allegedly owe is $3,000.00 I have recently been served a "Warrant in Debt" in the state of Virginia. I have read about it so I know in generally what it is, but I am in need a lot of help with the step by step specifics of how to proceed. I have very little legal experience (besides some minor success in traffic court), but I am good at following directions. As the title indicates, I am being sued by the original creditor, with a "return date" in about 10 days. I first would like to understand what to expect when I appear on the return
  15. Hi all, I posted another thread a couple days ago asking for lawyers in town. I get some great tips and I will consult the recommended lawyers in a few days, but I would like to do some homework first. Quick summary: It is my wife's Discover card, opend in 2009 and went default in early 2012. Amount is ~8000. The plaintiff's attorneys are Bishop, White, et all., of Seattle. We are in Oregon. Highlighted Events: 1. On July 2012, received a letter from Discover stating "Attorney Placement Pending". They wanted us to contact by Aug 31. 2. Within 2 weeks I sent Discover the following letter v
  16. My mom received a Plaintiff's Post Judgement Interrogatories to Defendent filing. I have been grateful for this site as it's helped me answer some of the questions. It's from Discover Bank and she told me that she had an account with them back in the 90's. The filing freaked her out and she called the debt collector and made a payment arrangement. My questions are: 1) Can she object to all the questions asked in the interrogatory since she didn't force them to prove the debt? 2)Can we still force them to prove the debt? How? 3)If it's from the 90's and the SOL is 4-6 years here in GA,