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  1. I received a Writ of Garnishment from CACH, LLC which was POS in 2010 at an Address I No longer lived at and to a minor! Original amount was 3K but with Interest from 2010 it's now over 7k. Just found out by Certified mail and asked for validation which I didn't receive. SOL in Oregon is 6 years but by getting a Default Judgement they get another 10 years. I want to pursue a MTD or Vacate on the Basis of Sewer Service which Violates the FDCPA what are my options
  2. Hello CreditInfoCenter Forum, I am currently being sued by CAVALRY SPV I, LLC. In California. This is a limited civil suit under $25,000 on a Bank of America credit card from 2009 that is long past the Statute of Limitations. I’ve attached heavily redacted versions of every article from the plaintiff, and every article of my own (the defendant). Please refer to these in the attached PDF form files. I could really, really use some guidance on how to proceed — this is my first time in a civil suit (or a suit of any kind) and I can not afford legal representati
  3. I'm submitting my answer to the County Court on Monday to this summons, as part of the summons a separate form is included which states I have to complete it, titled Answer Under Simplified Civil Procedure (Including Counterclaims(s) or Cross-Claim(S) There are 5 answers which basically say: The amount of damages claimed to be due to the plaintiff by the complaint is not due for the following: The defendant assets the following counterclaim or set offs etc. The defendant asserts __________________, the following cross claims ______________ If a Counterclaim is asserted about you must c
  4. I was just wondering if any self employed people on here has ever heard of becoming an limited liability corporation to keep the creditors from garnishing your bank accounts? I was doing a search on here and couldn't find any threads on it. I've been reading about it all day, and it looks like a good option, but just wanted to get some other opinions. I have over $25,000 in debt over 4 credit cards. And 1 of them is about to sue me. So, was just looking at my options on what to do to protect my business accounts.