Process servers have come by twice to my apartment but have not served me. I checked my local county court online and found my name listed as being sued by Cach LLC. I am in California. The original debt was from a Bank of America credit card. Balance: $2445. My credit reports shows that I owe Cach LLC the same exact amount of $2445.
1. If I continue to evade the process server and they fail to serve me, is that a good thing? Pros/Cons? Or should I just allow myself to be served?
2. If I go to the county clerk or whatever county entity has info on the case that was filed, and I attempt to get info on the case, am I admitting to "knowing" about the lawsuit and thus I MUST attend the potential court date that the process servers are trying to serve me with (this is all without being formally served yet)?
I truly appreciate your time for reading and responding to this. Thank you!
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