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I received a summons from Suttell & Associates in WA seeking a judgment against me for CC debt with a CC# I never owned. I answered the summons requesting a Motion to Dismiss based on that and the fact that even if the CC# was changed once they bought the junk debt, which I've read happens, the SOL for NC has expired.

The court responded by moving it to Arbitration.

I moved to OR temporarily and am not a resident.

How is it that the OR Court moved it to Arbitration when I made them aware the debt has not been validated to be mine AND when the SOL has expired in the state the debt was created and last paid?

AND when I'm not even a resident of OR?

Why wasn't the case just dismissed?

Thanks for any help anyone can provide.

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do you have all your credit reports? YES

what state are you in? OR currently but a resident of NC

what is the original creditor and the name of the CA? The original creditor was not named by the Plantiff's lawyer - CACH, LLC

what is the date of first delinquency? 30 days after last payment - 2/27/2007

*** I couldn't figure out how to delete this post last night after re-posting in the Arbitration section. Not sure if you want to delete this as this one is being answered over there as well. I know your time is valuable and I don't want to double-time you guys & gals. ***

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