I guess when it rains it pours. I received today a letter from Mapother and Mapother,P.S.C. who states they are representing Midland Funding. This is dated April 24, 2008 and I received it TODAY in the mail. I have my debt validation letter ready to go in tomorrows mail via certified return receipt. My question is this : In this letter they state that no attorney has "personally reviewed the particular circumstances of your account" and if I dispute the validity that I have 30 days to do so. By my calculations, AFTER tomorrow the 30 days are up. Am I I correct in my understanding? Is there anything else that I should send them? I am using the template provided, the one with the new and improved grammer and spelling. Thanks in advance.
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