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Posted by bobby o (68.81.196.96) on November 13, 2003 at 12:31:01:

I have been reading many ideas etc. from this board and others but since it was the first time Iwas ever served papers by a sheriff to appear at a court for and old Visa card debt that was apparently bought by someone else I was very lost and scared. Well here's what happened Iwent to the court and the other Lawyer the one suing ME said come out in the hall a minute before the judge was ready to call us .He said is this my debt etc. and after all I read on here I went and said I think most of those charges were things bought on the internet without my knowledge after I moved from the aaddress shown someone else living in the house where they rented to two other tenants stole my info. and card numbers. Then I asked him (I know stupid right?) did he have the ORIGINAL contract Isigned with the card company and more proof other than his few old monthly statements. He said no original contarct but he could get it and mail to me. Anyway we went back in and he told the judge we agrred on a continuance and they told me sign and see you in 1 month. Was that a legal practice what he did was a CONNED by that lwayer and would he have lost right there without more proof if Iknew what I was doing by just going threw without talking to him and telling the judge what I just explained above? The case is being held in Pennsylvania. The original payment center on his copied staements is an address in baltimoe, maryland. His law office is in Phila. Thanks any ideas would highly be appreciated.


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