They said that a company called cash net was going to sue me for breach of contract for a loan from April 12, 2012. And that I was going to be sent a summons to go to court. What is the statue limitations for something like this? Is this company a scam?
I checked casenet , there is nothing.... View More
Either it is a scam or you have already been sued and United Firm saw the information on the public docket and therefore mailed you a letter. I wouldn't recommend dealing with any random mediation company at this point. An attorney would need to assess the situation, but the statute of...View More
The 1 I'm keeping is secure loan the other 3 are unsecured loans I live in Missouri and on disability benefits What happens if I don't pay the unsecured loans. I don't own a car or real estate nothing except our furniture and personal things and they are already secured by the one... View More
If you don't pay the unsecured loan you'll likely get sued. If the case results in a judgment against you, the judgment either will automatically become a lien on real estate in your county or the plaintiff may "transcribe" an associate division judgment to make it into a lien.
What can they do if I normally make good money on my assignments but I’m in between assignments so I really do not have a job. What are they gonna do with me I can’t settle but I’m scared of court, so what all can I take for me?
A creditor has the right to sue a debtor for an unpaid debt. I believe you want to know what your rights are as a debtor. You have the right to hire an attorney to defend the case or to represent yourself in court. You can also try to negotiate a settlement.
In 2013, I got a judgement against me for a $900 credit card with an accuring interest and court costs. At the time, I was making $4.00 hr as a server, a single mom of 2 and going to college. I tried telling the attorney I could only pay $25 a month. He insisted on $50. Shortly after the judgement... View More
Missouri judgments last for 10 years unless revived sooner or there is a payment reflected on the record I’m not sure if your two payments are shown on the record. If so, that automatically resets the clock. A small claims judgment is not a lien on real estate but the title company still...View More
If you hire an attorney experienced with debt settlement negotiations, you’ll increase your chance of not having a judgment, including a consent judgment entered against. If a payment plan is necessary, an attorney could negotiate a Rule 17 order and a “pocket” judgment.
My medical debt was "sold" to a collection agency (the hospital owns the collection agency). I have never rec'd a bill from this collection agency but all of the sudden we rec'v a letter from a lawyer. Do they not have to notify you by mail of the debt? What do you do in this case?
The summons is from Gamache & Myers for World acceptance corporation, AC Breach of Contract. Apparently they've been trying to serve me at an old address for like 6 months. It's from a loan that I supposedly took out in 2016, which attached is the unsolicited check I apparently... View More
Why they waited is irrelevant. Unfortunately, a lot of interest can accrue in 6 years. If you were served then you need to appear in court or hire an attorney to prevent a default judgment. You can submit written discovery to learn the facts and supporting documents, if any.
Back in 2018, I received financing from a company for a home improvement project. When the project was done, they billed me the remaining balance (which was less than what appears on the original contract). Beginning in June 2022, I have begun receiving phone calls saying I have an open balance.... View More
I thought the original creditor dismissed this account as a hardship. I was surprised when a debt collector tried to collect on it, and now a different debt collector has bought the account and is suing to collect.
It’s hard to answer your question. I presume you are an adult and therefore responsible to honor your written commitments. I don’t understand how you were “made” to sign an agreement as opposed to having chosen to sign the agreement because you assessed the situation and viewed not...View More
Leaving them with no access to any funds and never attempted to go through current employer first for garnishment. Nor accepting a payment plan that was suggested but turned away by plaintiff refusing money unless it was what he set forth reasonable.
Currently a defendant for civil case for debt collection. I answered the questions. Do I need to have a cover letter for this report? Do I need to sign it or notarize it. The plaintiff did not leave spots for signature or to be notarize
Answers to interrogatories should be notarized in Missouri. No cover letter is necessary. You should also file and serve a certificate of service. It's not required that the plaintiff provide the notarization page but you could request one.
I had a heart attack and was sent to another hospital with a cardiologist on staff. I cant recall being asked at ER for medical card and a person in billing said i was listed as self pay, even though i had the same insurance in 2012 visit. The hospital said I should have sent change of address... View More
I've tried to get my money or my shoes, he won't give me anything. Cashapp can't do anything because you have to dispute the transaction no more than 60 days after it's been completed. Do I have a case here? Can I sue him in small claims court to get my money back. Him and his... View More
You “have a case” if you sue and a case number is assigned. You state that you sent him money but don’t indicate if it was a gift or a loan. Unless it was a loan, then you’ll likely lose. Hopefully you at least have emails or text messages clearly showing that it was a loan.
I would think you can indeed be sued by the party to whom you owe money. If you had agreed to a payment plan and have been honoring it 100% then I’d find it odd that your medical provider would pay an attorney either hourly or on a contingency basis to sue you. Have an attorney familiar with...View More
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