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My husband received a petition for sums due in the mail. It is from Cach llc which we have never heard of. Does he need to answer it or does he need to be served first? I have no idea what to do. We are also moving out of state in a few weeks. Is it safe to just ignore it since we are moving?

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No, if you ignore it you will get a judgment against you. Cach is a buyer of defaulted credit card accounts. Apparently you didn't pay somebody, Cach bought the account, now they have a legal right to sue you. Moving is going to make this very complicated. They will get a judgement if you don't respond, then they will domesticate that judgment wherever you move to and collect.

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Don't ever ignore a legal notice. Call the court it is filed with and just make sure it is really a lawsuit and not just some FDCPA violation of sending you something that looks like a court document. It probably really is an official summons but check, but whatever you do, don't ignore it. That is just giving them a judgement that can follow you around for 20 years.

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