I've been served with a summons from Midland Funding on a Providian credit card account, they're being represented by Love Beal & Nixon out of Oklahoma City, OK. Neither my husband nor I have a clear recollection of this account.
Attached to the summons is an affidavit of Indebtedness completed by a legal rep employed by Midland. Should I still request a DV from them? It lists the account number from Providian, when we opened the account, when we made the last payment, and when the account was charged off by Providian as well as the date when Midland Funding became the successor of interest on this account. But no original information such as original credit limit (which I want to know) or original documents showing signatures, etc...
I'm filing an answer to the summons with the court and the attorneys listed on the summons stating without validation I don't have enough information to reply by admission or denial.... or do I? Thanks for any help.