Thisisntfun Posted February 23 Report Share Posted February 23 So here I am again in another lawsuit...this time with MCM on two Comenity accounts (combined in one lawsuit). I filed my answer & MTC with the Magistrate's Court. First hearing is scheduled for Mar 9th. I'm in SC btw. Today I received a very large envelope from the attorney's office. Apparently, they filed a MSJ with the court. However, all I have with my name & court case is the cover letter they mailed to the court and the first page of the MSJ. The remainder of 1" thick pile of papers is all the supporting acct statements for someone else's Belk & Credit One accounts. I have no way of knowing if they only sent this incorrect stack to me or if they actually filed this with the court. Also, they initially filed in the wrong county so my case was transferred to another jurisdiction. These folks sent the MSJ to the original incorrect Magistrate's court. Apparently, they didn't bother to look at my answer very carefully b/c the correct Magistrate's was on there. I'm sure it was just transferred to the proper court like the original Summons, but c'mon, they should know where their court case is at this juncture. It just seems pretty sloppy all the way around. My question is: can any of this be used to my advantage or would it all just be considered "errors?" Should I contact the attorney's office & ask for the proper documentation or just lay low & see how it all plays out in court? How would you handle this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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