I have a credit card debt
of about $13,800.00---One company $5600 and another $8200.
The one with the 5600 is working with me. The other one is not---Last May (2011) their
attorney filed a motion for entry of default
final judgment, we had a hearing and the judge
denied the motion.
Then in June of 2011 I received a letter from their attorney stating that his client had given him authority to settle at a reduced amount and if I was in favor of that I could contact, via email, a representitive in his office to make arrangements.
I sent a reply that I would entertain such a proposal, however he would have to give me the reduced amount before I could give him a proposal. To date, I have not received an
answer. On Nov. 15th. I received another letter from the attorney containing the exact same information as the June 7th letter. I sent another email requesting the reduced amount, pointing out that I had followed up on my June 7th. email and now this which totals ( 3) requests for the reduced amount and still no acknowledgement.
Now in the latter part of Jan./1st. part of Feb. I have received another noticed that he has filed a motion for entry of default final judgment again. Hearing set for 3-23-2012.
Can he file another motion when the first one was denied.
Sorry, for the long explanation, but thought you needed some background to give an answer.