supergravy Posted December 2, 2020 Report Share Posted December 2, 2020 Hello! I really appreciate all of the information on this website and have read the arbitration guideline multiple times. As well as most of the threads on dealing with Midland. I have reason to believe that I will be served soon for a debt with Midland that originated with Synchrony/Paypal. I am wondering if any of you think that I will have any problems getting a judge to grant private arbitration with JAMS given that Oregon is a mandatory arbitration state? I have seen that OregonWhoops had some issues with the filing clerk while filing his MTC but am not sure how his case went. I have also seen a couple of other Oregonians that appear to have been successful filing their MTC's but not sure if they were granted or not. It appears that Midland dismissed the cases without prejudice in both of those examples. I would prefer that my MTC is granted so that I can negotiate for a dismissal with prejudice. I have a year to go in order to reach the SOL. And that is uncertain as Oregon has tolled the SOL as long as the statewide emergency order is in effect. One other question... For the agreement that I submit with the MTC should I be using an agreement dated near the time my debt was charged off? Or is a current 2020 agreement better? Both have the exact same arbitration language. Thanks for any help! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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