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Sub: What should I do if Pressler and Pressler sues me?
Tue, 15/03/2011 14:11

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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Sub: #1 HERE IS ONE FOR YOU I GOT A LETTER FROM SHERIFF DELIVERED FROM PTue, 03/15/2011 - 14:11



HERE IS ONE FOR YOU I GOT A LETTER FROM SHERIFF DELIVERED FROM PRESSLER AND PRESSLER WITH THE SHERRIFF DOING I NVENTORY OF MY HOME TO TAKE FOR AN $800.00 DEBT. TWO DAY LATER GOT A LETTER FROM P&P AND THEY TOLD ME THAT I WILL GO TO JAIL IF MY DEBT WAS NOT PAID IN FULL BY SUCH AND SUCH DATE... I CALLED THE THE SHERRIFF DEPT AND THEY SAID THEY CAN NOT PUT YOU IN JAIL FOR AN UNSECURED CREDIT CARD DEBT. PEOPLE DON'T KNOW THE LAW AND THE MONEY NEVER ENDS UP IN IN THE CREDITORS HANDS... yOU DO NOT GET THE CREDIT EVEN IF YOU PAY IT GOES DIRECTLY RIGHT INTO THERE POCKET.... THEY ARE SCUM, THE JUDGES KNOW THE DEAL AND SIDE IN WITH THEM. AND IM FILING A COMPLAIN WITH THE NEW JERSEY BAR ASSC... ALONG WITH ALL THE THREATING LETTERS FROM THEM. THEY ARE A FUCKING BLOW JOB


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Sub: #2 I have a judgement against meFri, 02/11/2011 - 13:32



I'm taking them to court. They were PISSED! From what I hear, they always miss court dates. Doing an order to show cause and to vacate the debt. Lets see how it goes. Will post full report on my site alexandermirvis.com


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Sub: #3 pressler and pressler is a collectorSun, 01/09/2011 - 09:55



they where trying to take me to court said i owed them 7 g's or something and if i dont pay they can send the sheriff to my house to collect the rent from the apartment i was renting out i was a lil shocked its crazy i didnt know new jersey those that hmmmm hope they get it together it may be a big big problem one day thats a little out of hand if they send people to ur house to collect a dept thats like 10 years old wow and mind u the place that i owed never contacted me ever about it so know they buy the place or account and they want the money wtf... ill get a lawyer and see what happens new jersey is out of line and out of hand...


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Sub: #4 well get a lawyerSun, 01/09/2011 - 09:48



have the lawyer take charge of the case and then see what happens ....


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Sub: #5 Does anyone know how many questions you can ask in your "productThu, 10/21/2010 - 10:03



Does anyone know how many questions you can ask in your "production of documents" request? Each state is different and I'm in NJ.


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Sub: #6 Quote:Originally Posted by AnonymousListen Man, my brother was sTue, 10/12/2010 - 16:22



Quote:
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Listen Man, my brother was sued by this father son duo and they are the bottom feeders of collection law. I had his case dismissed with prejudice. Here's what you should do
Step 1: File a response to the suit with the court stating simply this is not a valid debt and is disputed.
Step 2: File a discovery request with the court including a production of documents request.
Step 3: Once 30 days go by and Plaintiff does not respond to your discovery request (which they won't because they bought the debt but don't have the supporting documents from the original creditor) file a motion for dismissal with prejudice. You must include with your motion a certification stating pursuant to NJ R. 4:18-1 (b) and 6:4-3 (b) time for a response to the production of documents request has expired, and no formal motion for extension has been filed by the plaintiff.
**Make certain you carbon copy the plaintiff's attorneys on all motions to the court and include a certificate of service on all motions you submit. Good luck against these blood suckers!!!

Will this always work?


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Sub: #7 HelpSat, 08/14/2010 - 18:59



My dad recieved mail stating that he owes $800 to pressler and pressler can somebody help us we don't know what to do?


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Sub: #8 Pressler & Pressler operate New Century Financial Services, Inc Thu, 07/29/2010 - 15:45



Pressler & Pressler operate New Century Financial Services, Inc also Arrow Financial, Palisades and many other "shell" companies. We all need to contact our Senators and Congressmen to try and stop them. They are committing so many crimes and fraud. It is organized crime. Be pro active and write letters or they will be doing this to our children and grandchildren.


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Sub: #9 Right now I am involved in a struggle with the forces of evil P&Sun, 07/25/2010 - 13:50



Right now I am involved in a struggle with the forces of evil P&P. They sued me for a debt owed by my late husband. First, I was never served. P&P sereved at a previous address. I filed a motion to vacate. Lost round one. Filed a motion to reconsider and a motion to dismiss for failure to serve. Their only evidence was an
old statement from Sears with both my name and husband listed. The statement was after the account was closed and written off and then sent to collections. I asked to have it verified.P&P's client did not buy this debt from Sears. It was sold 4 different times. I contend that they have to prove that the debt they bought was in both my name and my husbands when they bought it from the 4th company. I also contend that the statement is inadmissable because according to law the statement has to be one that was sent in the "regular course of business PRIOR to the inception of any controversy between the parties." Some of you might be in the same boat. I am going to check Soap Lady's post as it looks like it may teach me something new.


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Sub: #10 rightSun, 07/25/2010 - 13:29



right


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