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being sued they did not valadate debt but sued any way

they canceled the court date twice and sent me 2 interrogation letters

with 17 question on one and five on the other went courthouse and

they said i have to answer or they can get a motion for judgement.

because I did not answer thier questions.

some of the question are like this did you recive statements

did you notify the credit card was disputed if yes subject of matter

attach any documentation proving your place of residence

attach twob true copies of your signature driver licence and morgage or lease agrements

did you applied for credit privileges with the credit card

were you extend credit privileges with this account #

did you contest the amount reflected on your monthly statements

the sum alleged to be due complaint accurrate

account was purchased and the did not send proof of validation

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being sued they did not valadate debt but sued any way

Not relevant.

they canceled the court date twice and sent me 2 interrogation letters

with 17 question on one and five on the other went courthouse and

they said i have to answer or they can get a motion for judgement.

because I did not answer thier questions.

If you do not respond then the truth of the matter is deemed to be admitted.

some of the question are like this did you recive statements

did you notify the credit card was disputed if yes subject of matter

attach any documentation proving your place of residence

attach twob true copies of your signature driver licence and morgage or lease agrements

did you applied for credit privileges with the credit card

were you extend credit privileges with this account #

did you contest the amount reflected on your monthly statements

the sum alleged to be due complaint accurrate

account was purchased and the did not send proof of validation

This is a classic discovery set-up for quasi-affirmation, in other words, your toast.

If you had followed the advice of people on this forum you may have an FDCPA and/or FCRA counter-claim(s). Violations to look for:

1) The accounts weren't listed on your credit reports prior to DV but are listed now.

2) The accounts were already on your credit reports but were never listed as "disputed" or not listed as disputed within a proper time frame.

3) The accounts are listed as installment accounts or appear anywhere on your CR other than in the collections section

4) They verified with the CRAs after you disputed.

5) They are using an affidavit with "holder in due course", "holder" or "account stated/stated account"

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still don't understand court date set for september I did file counter claim

do i answer the Questions and admit that the account was mine or do I say

i never had this account the only thing is that they sent was billing statements that i

have had sent to my house. but they sent nothing with my signature on it.I

did send my own Questionare to them ask for credit card agreement how much they paid in getting debt. Please help

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it sounds like they are trying to make you liable even thou they didn't validate. If you look under references there is a great post on Small Claims self help. It really has some good advice on how to answer that sort of stuff. From what I got you don't have to answer if it is incriminating or stupid or not relevant. I don't think the drivers license or mortgage statement would be relevant You can also send them questions too.

I would come up with some too...Like did you receive a DV letter?

How did you arrive at the amount owed. Maybe even all the questions in the DV letter.

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