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It's been awhile, but I return, hat in hand so to speak, to ask this question.

I have received a "complaint for money due". The complaint names a major credit card company as the plaintiff and is represented by, as near as I can tell a JDB/Law firm here in NM. I contacted the CC issuer. The robo voice on the other end said "(name of issuer) no longer handles or has access to this account it is being handled by ( a large national CA/lawfirm but not the one named in my complaint. I have read and reread admin's and others comments re:"who really is the plaintiff here". It is apparently not the CC issuer. In answering this complaint should I:

1) Tip my hand that I know the JDB/Law firm is lying about who the plaintiff is, when it is in fact the JDB/Law firm named on the complaint?

2) Just answer the complaint on its own merit?

I have no other correspondence from the JDB so I have not dv'd them.

Thanks

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I would answer or demurrer and answer if in California, and then work towards discrediting the plaintiffs and file a cross complaint for the violations and other things.

get a fee waiver if you can.

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Do you have any samples of how to write a demurrer and does it have to include a response or is it considered the response?

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