Youvebeenserved Posted March 9 Author Report Share Posted March 9 2 hours ago, Clydesmom said: If you are going to defend this case in court or arbiitration you cannot assume what they are going to do. You have to do discovery either in court or arbitration. While they may have attached minimal paperwork to the complaint as required under your state's laws and court procedures that does not mean they won't have more to support the case at trial or hearing. Before you start discovery you need to pick a defensive strategy because in many states if you engage in discovery through the courts and participate in the litigation process you waive your right to arbitration. You will also need MD case law to support your defense that the bill of sale does not specifically include your account. It isn't enough to simply argue that point you have to support it. I would be challenging the documents based on their combining 3 accounts into one suit that may be from different creditors with different records and accounting practices. This was my thought, to challenge the documents they have attached. There are 2 different creditors Comenity and Citibank Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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