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  1. Hello, I was served a Complaint by Patenaude & Felix (in January) suing me for an account on a credit card debt with Capital One and I have already answered with a general denial. I was already skeptical about Patenaude & Felix's validity, but now my hunch has gotten even greater. I just got a letter in the mail from Capital One stating , "Thank you for contacting us.. (which I have not contacted them) ...and "Your credit card account was acquired by Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC ." "Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC now owns your account and may contact you either directly
  2. Hola, My first post and I apologize in advance if this is in the wrong forum. I received a summons and complaint on Tuesday the fourteenth of May. I have researched the boards and forum, but honestly there is sooooo much information, I’m totally confused. So if anyone out there can look over the summons and complaint and my drafted answer below, and give me any ideas, tips and or comments I would be grateful. I'm just overwhelmed by this whole legal process.... Here is some background: 1. Who is suing you? American Express Bank, FSB through an attorney in Tucson. 2. For how much? $9