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CMBV22

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Posted on Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:14 am  

when you recieve a summons you have to send the court an answer by a specified date in order to have it considered by the court. If you do not send i an answer a judgement maybe made against you. After the court has read your answer you will be sent a court date.
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Posted on Sun Jul 13, 2008 11:21 pm  

If you do not answer the summons they will win by what is called a default judgement. I got a summons and had thirty days to respond, I did. It is over a year and a half later and I still have not been to court, they sure take their sweet time.
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Posted on Mon Jul 14, 2008 12:24 am  

Perhaps the case was dismissed based on your answer. You should contact the court thats an awful long tie to wait for a date
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Posted on Tue Jul 15, 2008 3:00 am  

I just called the prothonotaries office the other day, I have to get a hold of the arbitrating chief attorney and find out what is going on. I need to do that this week or the beginning of next.
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Posted on Thu Jul 17, 2008 2:54 am  

Hopefully you can get an answer from someone, seems like a hell of a long time to wait for a hearing or arbitration. Somebody should be given you an answer soon. keep us updated, this should be interesting.
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Posted on Fri Jul 18, 2008 12:24 pm  

I think they probaly aren't or at least shouldn't be able to hold out like that. Its like waiting in the dentist office to get a tooth pulled and the dentist doesn't come in. I would def check. Its better than waiting for the ax to fall.
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Posted on Sat Jul 19, 2008 6:33 am  

I agree
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Posted on Sat Jul 19, 2008 12:54 pm  

Can you imagine being left dangling for soo long? There has to be some kind of limit on this.
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Posted on Sat Jul 19, 2008 10:48 pm  

There should be, it is a pain waiting around, but there is not much you can do.
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Posted on Mon Jul 21, 2008 12:45 am  

I know that would be annoying especially for those who are trying so hard to get their credit turned around. It must be all about being the little guy. If you want it you have to wait. Just like my lawsuit.
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Posted on Mon Jul 21, 2008 3:05 am  

Patience will pay off.
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Posted on Tue Jul 22, 2008 12:45 am  

Thats what I am hpoing for. Just gonna swing it for now.
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Subject: HERE WE GO....
 
Posted on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:23 am  

First of all, I've read all 5 pages of this thread and have found bits and pieces of information that seems to be helpful, but I just want to be sure.

Here is our situation. On August 5th my husband received a "courtesy letter" from a financial debt consolidator/people stating that a lawsuit has been filed on July 28th by Mann Bracken in our local Court her in Southern California. Two days later, someone is at the door serving court papers. All this is new to us and it's very scary. We do owe money to the said original creditor Washington Mutual.

On the first page it states that he needs to file a written response at the court withing 30 calendar days after the summons was served. (note, the papers have no date that it was served) I've looked all over for a date in which we have to show up to court. After reading some posts on here, that's how it should be??? Wait until after we respond to the court? The guy who served me the papers and the papers themselves say I need to contact Mann Bracken llc within the 30 days. Which is correct?? By the way, Mann Bracken is representing Portfolio Recovery Associates. I've also tried doing research on both of these companies and kept finding nothing but negative statements on various sites on them. Saying they repeatedly violate the Fair Credit laws and they are fraudulent.

I was also told I could go to the L.A Superior Court website and look up "case summary" to find more information on the summons. I punch in the Case No. but no records are found. Does anyone know how long it takes before they are put into their system? This also leads me to believe these might not be legit??? (scare tactic?) In any case, I think we should file a response to the summons (which I have no clue how to even go about doing that) and then send a certified letter to Mann Bracken requesting a Validation.

Am I on the right track here? I know I've probably bored all of you to sleep if you even dared to read this novel, but I'm just stressed out beyond belief.

Any help, suggestions or comments would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks and sorry again for being completely ignorant in this situation.

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Posted on Sat Aug 16, 2008 2:46 pm  

You only have 30 days to submit an answer. Sometimes I hear of it being 20 days. That is if it was issued from a court. I am not real familiar with this area but it doesn't sound like you should be responding to the actual creditor themselves. Being that I have never went through this I will let someone more familiar witht he process answer.
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Subject: Here We Go
 
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2008 7:29 pm  

Thanks Fireyone!

Anyone else have any information for me??

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