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I think he is probably right. Look at the complaint. They have probably sued it under different theories, such as open account, unjust enrichment, contract, and on the credt card agreement. But get a copy of the contract and see if it has a controlling law section. If it says the law of Delaware ( for example) applies, and the Delaware SOL is shorter than CO, then you might be able to use the defense

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Well in my instance they took $1100.00 out of my bank account and i didnt no nothing about it until I bounced about 4 checks, if they get judgement close your checking account or keep very little money in it! It took them over a year after judgement to hit the account, but i would try to find away to fight it any way possible

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We don't have a joint checking account. The account is in my name only. The house and car are also in my name only. As I understand Colorado is not a community property state so if a judgement is entered against her they could come after my assets, paycheck.........right? :?:

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If the account is in only your wife's name and she has no assets with her name on them then there really is NOTHING they can do. They can NOT go after YOU for your wife's debts, as you stated, CO is NOT a community property state.

Your wife is fairly safe, no wages, no assets, no bank accounts.. the judgment creditor will get NOTHING from her.. and certainly nothing from you.

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