EnoughIsEnough80 Posted July 26, 2018 Report Share Posted July 26, 2018 Good Evening All. I just wanted to come in here to say thank you first of all. From the information gained from this board, and some advice from a former federal prosecutor I have been able to put a JDB, and their representation on the ropes (I will share everything when all is said and done, to help others if they are in my situation). To summarize: I was served a subpoena, I answered, was hit with their discovery, I answered, hit them with two separate requests for a Bill of Particulars which were ignored, sent my own discovery (Which they must really not have liked) and have just received a request to dismiss without prejudice (This has been attached with specific information redacted). I am concerned about the without prejudice, but also caught that they claimed that "No party received a fee waiver", which is untrue as I did receive one. So with that, should I push for dismissal with prejudice? Should I correct the lawyer that was too lazy to even see that a fee waiver was granted? I know that I have seen that most firms do not come back to sue on the same debt after requesting dismissal, but after what I have seen in dealing with these people in particular (LVNV Funding via Patenaude & Felix), I can pretty much believe that anything is possible. Any input or feedback would be appreciated. As previously stated, I couldn't have gotten this far without reading through the site, but just don't want to botch the end of this and have them coming back to sue on this again (This is the first time I have ever been sued and hope sincerely that it will be the last). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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