Legal Recovery Law Offices - Do they serve you properly?
Mon, 10/13/2008 09:59
I am being sued by Capital One Bank. They are represented by Legal Recovery Law Office. I found out about the lawsuit by checking the court website. I have not receive a summons/complaint yet.
This law office has never once tried to contact me so this lawsuit came as a complete surprise to me. Because they have never contacted me, I never got the chance to ask for debt validation. I have 30 days to respond to the summons/complaint. Is it too late now to ask for DV? I have every intention of dealing with this lawsuit. I will not just let them get a judgement by default.
Has anyone ever dealt with this law office/Capital One before? How do they serve you? In person or by mail? How likely is it that they the original creditor,Capital One, will settle the account for less than what they are asking for?
Any replies or advice will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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