I have sent 2 DV letters, the second one being the notice that they didn't send proper validation for the first one. (They sent me 2 3 year old bills-copies, with no payments made) This is not validation-I'm looking for a contract with a signature!
SO, I get a letter telling me that a judgment was enetered against me, but the "judgement" letter has no court seal-which it says it needs to have, and they tell me they DID send me validation. SO, I'm send ing another letter, I guess, but does anyone have a suggestion as far as wording? When I try to write my own, I wind up telling them I'm not stupid, and that they shouldn;t assume I don;t know my rights-it sounds childish. I need some good legalese that will helo me sound more savvy to their ploys.
Thanks in advance-this is getting old, and they are ruining my credit!!
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