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  1. I was served by an officer this morning with a pretrial notice. I’ve never been sued before so I’m not quite sure what to do. Details below: Original Creditor: Credit One Account Open: May 2018 Account Closed: October 2018 Amount Sued For: $1105.15 Attachments: Bill of Sale to Midland, Affidavit of Credit One Bank & Midland, The account info (account #, Name, Bill amount, last payment date, etc.), and my first and last credit card statement. Any advice would be helpful. I’m worried this would impact my credit score that I’ve been working to bring up. Shou
  2. STATEMENT OF CLAIM Plaintiff, MIDLAND FUNDING LLC, sues Defendant, <my name>, and alleges: 1. That this is an action for damages that is within this Court’s jurisdictional limitations. 2. Plaintiff is a foreign limited liability company authorized to do business in Florida. 3. Defendant, <my name>, is an individual, is sui juris, and is a resident of MIAMI DADE County, Florida. 4. The Defendant entered into a credit agreement with CITIFINANCIAL for an extension of credit. 5. The credit account number with CITIFINANCIAL was XXXXXX1234. (they only put the last 4 digits of an account)