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  1. Hello, i hope all is well. I'm writing this post today to ask for advice from anyone that has knowledge about or experience with JDB's or even with Unifund/Kenosian for that matter This past weekend i received this letter in the mail from Kenosian and Miele on behalf of Unifund CCR, LLC. The letter was dated 8/9/2019, today is 8/19/2019. I've been digging through the internet for as much information as possible but i still would like an experienced outside opinion as well. Should i dispute? Should i prepare myself to go to court? I haven't been summoned as
  2. Strategy Collectively discover the processes needed to win the case Develop the paperwork and understanding of each process and paperwork to execute. Provide feedback to establish if the developed process works or doesn't ____________________________________________________________________________ From my experience, most creditors are unable to come up with the original contract with the cardholder, so in order for them to win they must use a method, called the Account Stated Doctrine, to prove the agreement was implied. This method requires them to show the Court that the cardholder r
  3. The debt collection industry has taken on a new strategy of pursuing collection activities. Ten years ago it was debt collectors bringing suit, now it is the original CC bank hiring a local attorney. As a consequence, most of the defense strategies posted online are outdated and a new strategy is required to win against them. I would like to begin a collaborative discussion to create this new defense strategy. Our goal would be a one-stop show for readers to quickly see the format of how their defense must proceed to win the case, along with providing examples of required paperwork, Here is