I had been served a Court Ordered Judgment back in Dec. 05 MRC Receivables Corp., the current owner of my acct. They'd obtained a lawyer to get their monies. In accordance with the court ordered judgment I was to pay $739.39 to the law ofc. In May of 06, my payments were completed, yet the lawyers were still trying to force me to pay an additional amount, separate from the court ordered judgment in which I'd fully complied. I had to request a Motion from the Justice Court in that Precinct to "Deem Judgment Satisfied." I had spoken to the court clerk assigned to my case and she'd stated that it was illegal and I should file the Motion. I'd sent the Motion certified mail to both the Courts and the Law ofc. representing MRC. To no prevail neither MCM, Inc. legal dept. nor the hired law ofc. will return any of my calls, I forgot to mention the Courts ruled the "Motion to Deem Judgment Satisfied", in my favor. No response at all from the lawyers representing MRC. Can anyone help me to update my credit report and also, to help others who may be in this difficult situation.
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