4kitties Posted April 27, 2018 Report Share Posted April 27, 2018 Long time lurker, first time poster. I need some advice regarding arbitration with Midland over a Cred1 acct (about $850). I filed AAA arbitration back in Feb. Midland's and/or their atty initially opposed the assigned arbitration judge while I approved of the judge. Then, a few days later, Midland atty sent everyone a request for the arbitration administrator to dismiss this complaint. I answered back that I prefer an abitration judge to decide this, not the admin. About a week later, get another email from administrator that says the dismissal has been denied, and a few minutes later, another email to schedule preliminary hearing (due April 24th). I put some times down, and so did the assigned judge. Late on April 24th, the atty put down 2 available days. Yesterday, get an email that the preliminary hearing (via phone) is set for May 4th, at which point it will be discussed where to hold formal hearing (I requested local city in my initial complaint). I was HOPING that Midland wouldn't have gone this far as they were to pay my $200 filing fee, plus any fees they were required to pay. Does this scheduled phone hearing mean they actually paid the required fees? I know in one of the earlier emails from the administrator to their atty that fees needed to be paid (that was right after the atty filed reply informing administrator that they are atty for Midland so I don't know if it was ACTUALLY paid). I don't know where to go from here. Any help anyone can offer would be GREATLY appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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