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  1. I have been searching through the NYS Supreme Court's website, especially the section aimed at pro se litigants and debt issues, and it seems that the court does not handle cases in which the plaintiff is seeking less than $15,000. Cavalry SPV is suing me for a little less than $5k. Could I ask the court to dismiss on the grounds that the suit was filed in the wrong court? I'd appreciate advice from anyone who has knowledge of NYS Supreme Court procedures.
  2. I received a summons and complaint for a credit card. The plaintiff is the creditor from Colorado and their attorney is out of Denver. They stated the venue is Weld County because I live there and the payments were to be made in Weld county. I have never lived in Weld county and the payments were never to be made in Weld county. How big of deal is this and should I deny the venue in my answer?