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This is why I hate thread jumping.  I don't remember and will not spend time searching to find your other cases, so I have no idea what your card agreement says regarding arbitration costs or if you had an MTC granted in court.

I would advise paying the $250 unless you are in CA or unless your only income is social security or similar.  You can ask JAMS if you can make payments if it is easier for you to break it up and pay, say $125 now and $125 in 30 days.  They have worked with consumer like this in the past.  However, with a pending court case I would not want to delay too much.

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Well, got a phone call today. I couldn't answer it because I was working, however I had a voice mail. It was the Plaintiffs lawyer asking me to call him back. So i call back after i get off work, he answers and I say "Hello *** its *** returning your phone call." Oh well I wasn't expecting a phone call back as nobody ever calls back. I laughed and said well here I am. He then says so, I talked to my client yesterday and they are willing to drop the case with a mutual dismissal with prejudice. I said sounds good!

So now I need to get in contact with JAMS and drop the case once I get all the paper work in order. Couldn't have done it without all of your help!!!

@fisthardcheese@Brotherskeeper@debtzapper@BackFromTheDebt@nobk4me@Goody_Ouchless@Xerxes@BV80

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Just rtemember don't dismiss the JAMS claim until you have the dismissal signed by the plaintiffs officer- manager in hand. If you dismiss before that they could say that you dismissed JAAMS during negotiations to the courts jurisdiction.

 

For the naysayers this has happened in the past.

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6 hours ago, Seadragon said:

Just rtemember don't dismiss the JAMS claim until you have the dismissal signed by the plaintiffs officer- manager in hand.

Yes sir, I didnt plan on withdrawing until I had the correct paperwork in order. This is the one scenario that was popping out at me in the back of my mind.

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12 hours ago, debtzapper said:

Thanks to the OP for all his hard work and persistence.  And thanks to all the members here who willingly give of their time, effort and expertise to help othersw.

I cant thank everyone enough! The road is far from over for me, as my wife and I have a few more to take care of. I will continue to be an active member, and help where I can with my experience and lend the knowledge I have been generously given. It is now my turn to pay it forward with what I can!

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Received the email from the Plaintiff today stating..

"Now comes Plaintiff, by and through counsel, and hereby dismisses Defendant(s), ****** in the within action with prejudice pursuant to Civil Rule 41(A)(1) at its cost, notice by clerk hereby waived"

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