Wed, 09/03/2008 15:33
Thanks for reading...
The CA is Mann Bracken, LLC. I was served a summons about a month and a half ago for a $2700 account. Within a week, I contacted Mann Bracken and "settled" for $2200. I agreed to a check-by-phone payment of $1,800 on that day and then another for $400 on Sept 30. I had them mail me a written confirmation of the settlement. I thought all was good until today. They sent me a "confession of judgement" form (with my county named, etc)- the form says that I've confessed, etc and agree to pay the 1800 and the 400. They're wanting me to sign this, get it notarized and mail it back to them.
What is this?
Should I do it?
Even though I settled, will this report to my credit as a judgement?
As always, thank you for your advice.