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Registered: ‎08-05-2008

LVNV-attorney finally sued...what to do now

Ok so I finally got served with a notice to go pick up the civil papers for LVNV funding vs. ME!!


The SOL would have been up on Feb. 20 of this year!  So I am guessing they were on top of it.  When validating the debt, they did send copies of the statements from the OC.  There was not a copy of the signed agreement with the OC.


What to do now?  Any suggestions? 

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Re: LVNV-attorney finally sued...what to do now

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Statements signed by the OC are not specified under the FDCPA as a requirement in debt verification.  You will find case law all over the place on what is required for proper debt validation.  You need an attorney.
Message Edited by RobertEG on 02-14-2009 04:58 PM

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