snowbudies Posted March 22, 2022 Report Share Posted March 22, 2022 I used to live in NV which is where I originally got the credit card, I moved to FL two years ago. My ex-husband lives in NV still at an address where I never lived in but he got this letter in the mail from an attorney representing Capital One. They claimed that I have a judgement against me, I checked both NV and FL and they haven't filed anything on either. Capital One uses Virginia for its contract Law and FL has a borrowing statute and NV doesn't but I'm pretty sure I'm outside of FL's 4 year SOL as well. What can I do to make sure they don't file suit in NV, should I just call the attorney and give them my new address? Pretty much all of my other creditors have my new address, I gave an address change when I moved so I don't understand why they would be sending anything to my ex-husband at an address I have never lived at. I have spent a lot of time reading these very helpful threads today on a different matter and I'm hoping someone has some advice for me. Thank you in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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