I have been served a summons and have 30 days to answer. The Daniel N. Gordon PC claim is a Home Depot account. the summons state I owe $2700.00 I do not owe them any money.The summons was dated March 16 2012 but was served on May 24 2012 they did not provide any documentation or any thing else. This summons was not an original but a photo copy. I don't know what to do I am on SS disability fix income. can they garnish S.S. disability ? can they put a lien on my home. Is this real what can I do? what should I do with the summons? Write them back explaining my situation? Please help me ASAP
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