Shais Posted March 27, 2018 Report Share Posted March 27, 2018 Where to begin? I'll start with the most current dealings of the suit. The plaintiff has now filed a motion for summary disposition. Citing case law and stating that I didn't file a valid defense, it's really freaking me out. I only have a couple of days, I believe, to file my opposition. They filed the motion on the 6th of March and I received it on the 13th via mail. Ok how did we get here: I filed my answer to the summons and complaint and cited "The contract is void or voidable because (c) there was no valid contract (no meeting of the minds) because lack of standing. There was no documents served with the summons and complaint. I also put in the answer that I didn't have my contract in my possession and that I didn't know that "The account was duly assigned, in the normal course of business, to plaintiff." Later, they sent a vague bill of sale with vague information such as "Seller hereby transfers, sells, conveys, grants, and delivers to Buyer, its successors and assigns, without recourse except as set forth in the Agreement, to the extent of its ownership, the Accounts as set forth in the Notification File (as defined in the Agreement), delivered by Seller to Buyer prior to such Purchases Date, and as further described in the Agreement." They also sent over a contract that had the last 4 digits of my acct on it but had Synchrony Bank on it but when I got the credit card the bank was GE Capital. I had a pretrial hearing and the judge opened discovery and I filed my request for production of documents and asked for the original contract, a bill of sale of my actual acct, statements for my acct all the way back to the beginning, they only had a few months worth of statements in 2014 but I opened the acct in 2008. They responded with they didn't need the original contract and that getting other requested information was unnecessary and that the vague bill of sale was enough... Help. I know that they need more than what they're providing but I can't prove it basically. @bmc100 @Brotherskeeper I've seen your comments all over a thread, any help you're willing to give will be much appreciated! Any help from others will be appreciated as well. Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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