What should I do if Pressler and Pressler sues me?
Tue, 03/07/2006 06:36
I was sued by Pressler and Pressler with a company called New Century Financial. The first I heard from these people was January when I received a summons. There was no clarification as to what this debt was and I simply responded to the courts stating I have no idea of this debt and that these people needed to provide more proof. I sent the filing fee to have this filed with the court file and a copy of the verification letter I was sending to Pressler and Pressler. Pressler and Pressler replied stating my validation perdiod was passed becuase they contacted me last year. They said they sent a letter. I never received a letter. They also said none of the requested material was in the possession. They did send a photo copy of a bill of sale that looked like my daughter typed it and signed it, stating they had bought another collection agencies accounts. It didnt' list my account specifically. I have still never heard who the original creditor was, they wont answer my questions. They then send me interrogatories and say I must answer them, I responded saying I have no proof I owe you anything I refuse to send you this information, its very personal information. They then filed with the court a statement saying they request that this be ruled on without a court date stating they have enough proof and I didn't deny the debt I only asked for information regarding it. I need help, what should I do. Oh and by the way, neither them nor I have heard back from teh courts as to a court date or a response to my letter, nothing. Please help, Im very confused!
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