Re: Default judgement granted without service
07-12-2007 11:50 AM
Hendu3270 wrote:yes, I was served. I just couldn't, and can't, afford an attorney, so I let it run its course. It's gone through the process and Default Judgment has been awarded in favor of Chase, (and rightly so). I'm just curious of what action they can and most likely would use to enforce their judgment.
Might be able to get the judgment vacated for a financial hardship. Might be worth hunting down a legal aid group. Try an NACA or MyFairCredit lawyer in your state. Either they might do such work pro bono, or on contingency if they see a FCRA or FDCPA violation, or they could refer you to someone who would.