First rodeo Posted March 4, 2018 Report Share Posted March 4, 2018 Hi all! 2 years ago you were all very kind in walking me through two victory’s with both Midland and portfolio via arbitration. A brief history. We had some serious health issues with our son that required me to quit my job, we then knew we wouldn’t be able to keep up with all our payments and turned them over to a debt consolidation co. Around Spring of 2013. A year later we were really in bad position and asked them to remove two accounts (we had 6 Citibank accounts) wires were crossed and not actually sure which accounts they dropped. Fast forward to 2016. 2 of the Citibank accounts were bought by the above debt collectors for me and I went through Justice court following all of the amazing advice I got here and both were dismissed. My husband was recently served a Summons from Calvary in the amount of about 9k. Fortinately I remember the steps (I think) ? just was hoping for some guidance as this Summons doesn’t issue any info. My Summons was 30 pages long and had the bill of sale and all records associated. This is 4 pages and only makes mention of amount and that it is a citi card and the last payment date. Answer is due by Tuesday. Is this correct procedure 1. Answer the complaint admitting he is a resident of the county specified but has elected private contractual arbitration, without knowledge to form an opinion and must respectfully deny allegations.. 2. Motion to compel 3. File with Jams my question is this if they are giving me nothing to go by how do we present an cc agreement without taking some sort of ownership. This CC is no longer on his Credit report so I’m not even sure what type of card it was. Any suggestions or advice is appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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