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Fraudulent Summons



D Love

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Sub: Fraudulent Summons
Mon, 08/03/2010 01:47

:evil:I was a "skip" in 2004. The company that sued me (in Illinois) recieved a "no contact" return from the Sheriff; file a motion to use a private process server and knowingly served the wrong address in 2005. he process server occupies space in the same office as the law firm. Is that legal?



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Sub: #1 Quote:Originally Posted by D Love:evil:I was a "skip" in 2004. TMon, 03/08/2010 - 01:47



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Originally Posted by D Love
:evil:I was a "skip" in 2004. The company that sued me (in Illinois) recieved a "no contact" return from the Sheriff; file a motion to use a private process server and knowingly served the wrong address in 2005. he process server occupies space in the same office as the law firm. Is that legal?


I think you need to offer more information.

Why the Sheriff wasn't able to contact you? Had you changed your address then and didn't update the creditor about it?

I don't think the summons was fraudulent. What happened next? Have they got a judgement against you?

If the summons was issued in 2005, why bother after so many years?

I think there are some links missing in your story.


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