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  1. I received a letter from Midland attorney two weeks past the time I requested to produce documents. In the letter: As part of Plaintiff's ongoing duty to produce documents to your discovery request, please find the enclosed additional documents in support of Plaintiff's case. All Plaintiff's initial objections and assertions of privilege are incorporated herein by reference. Plaintiff reserves the right to supplement these materials pursuant to the Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure. These were enclosed: 1) An Affidavit of Sale of Account By Original Creditor after the time allowed to produce documents. It was signed by a person claiming to be the Asst Vice President of CitiFInancial, Inc. (OC) and notarized - the signature was illegible. This was from Missouri. I googled the asst. VP's name and the name of the notary, and there were no hits. I researched the notary on the Missouri Sec. of State website and "No records were found for the search criteria" popped up when I entered his name. 2) The Certificate of Conformity was signed and that lawyer does have a website and to my knowledge, is a practicing attorney. He is from Missouri. 3) There is a Bill of Sale and Assignment to Midland in San Diego, CA. This guy doesn't come up for Citi on google...only on another forum which states he signed the poster's BOS. 4) Information on my alleged acct. This is what is typed on the bottom: Data printed by Midland Credit Management, Inc. from electronic records provided by CitiFinancial Inc. pusuant to the Bill of Sale/Assignment of Accounts dated XX/XX/XXXX in connection with the sale of accounts from CitiFinancial Inc. to Midland Funding LLC. Midland's attorney also refers to me as the incorrect sex...any way that can be cause to dismiss for technicality? just wondering! Should I file a motion to strike the affidavit? I have a mandatory arbitration for the end of the month. Should correspondence be mailed to the arbitrator, or file with the court? Finally, I may be slow to respond because my sister just passed away, so I am dealing with a lot of personal issues right now. Please know I am thankful for all the help you can give me.
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