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Re: How can you have a judgement amount if you never were served a judgement?



masdeocho wrote:








Wonderin wrote:

When will you be back CONUS?




Excuse me for being nosy ... but does "CONUS" mean "Continental US"?






Yes it does
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Re: How can you have a judgement amount if you never were served a judgement?

If you are active-duty military, then the SOL for your fraud suit may be considered to have tolled (i.e., paused) during your overseas deployment. I would consult a lawyer.
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