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Re: Unknown Judgement


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Posted by LadynRed (209.215.1.172) on November 06, 2002 at 22:35:27:

In Reply to: Re: Unknown Judgement posted by Ahoy on November 06, 2002 at 21:52:37:

As long as that judgment is there they can move to enforce it at any time, including garnishing your wages at your current job or attacking bank accounts etc.

Vacating the judgment should not take any time at all if you have proof that you were not served properly. The motion to vacate is not all that involved and a lawyer can draw one up quickly. As Scott said, they essentially broke the law by lying about the service, why pay them anything ??

If you're bent on settling, put it all in writing. Since the debt is that old, you should be able to get them to settle for a lot less than what they're spewing. Don't send them a single cent until you have a signed agreement. It might take you longer to negotiate with these fools than it will to get the judgment vacated.


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