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In 2013 I was sued by Cavalry from an HSBC card I had no idea about from 2008. Only reason I even found out was I got junk mail from an attorney saying we noticed you where being sued here is our info if you need help. I was crazy confused. The week before DH left for a year long deployment the day he left, that night my father died. Basket case I was and had never had any legal issues before. I did hire an attorney and the case was dismissed with prejudice also stating a release on all liability for account. OK well I was ok with this but not understanding it completely however I had other issues to deal with. Two of the CRA had been reporting this HSBC account as in collections with a trade line (just found out what that meant) also stating as derogatory charge off. I contacted Cavalry who gave me a date of April 2013 when it reported to them the status and deleteion of account. However just this past month when I disputed with the one CRA the tradeline was gone. However I have proof that HSBC reported on it for three years. My question is what in the world is the point of this judgment if it still reports and charge off collections and negative? Seems like I would have rather taken my chances proving my case to get it off my report but silly me assumed that the whole point of that was to clear it up. So basicaly all for nothing but the chance of not being sued again and that was not exactly my concern well yes it was but more so having it not negative on my CRA . Thoughts?
Thanks to the advice on this board! You guys rock!! We were served in June. We wrote a well-worded Response for Disclosure to the JBD (Pride Acquisitions LLC, using the law-firm Rausch, Sturm, Israel, etc in Texas). Well, the JDB just filed a Plaintiff’s Notice of Nonsuit on their $60K Credit Card claim against us -- we got it in the mail just four days before trial! I called the Court Clerk immediately and they confirmed the case is off next week’s docket, and will officially be dismissed as soon as the judge signs the Plaintiff’s Notice of Nonsuit. Woo-hoo!! The JDB is asking the judge to dismiss the suit WITHOUT prejudice. How can we get the judge to dismiss the suit WITH prejudice (or whatever legal term applies) so we can get this $60K claim to completely go away ... so we can eventually get it off our credit report? Thanks!