justlooking Posted April 12, 2021 Report Share Posted April 12, 2021 Searching the forum, looking for how I could use arbitration or another strategy on a debt collection case, I am finding that a capital one suit is different than most others - they don't have arbitration in their agreements for one. Is there a suggested strategy for this creditor? Original creditor, charged off, no notice of suit. SOL not expired. Summons was served to a house sitter and was left in the doorway when the sitter did not sign it. This is also Minnesota who has something called "hip pocket service" or something, where the suit doesn't have to be filed in court for a year and is still valid. Would appreciate advice or tips on what works best in this situation. I would like to use arbitration but as I understand it, I can't force them to use it if it's not in the contract. Arbitration seems like a more fair way to do things like this in this state. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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