Hi and welcome,
You can bring an application to the court to vacate the judgment against you personally since you signed in a corporate representative capacity only. The issue is whether you received and answered the original papers. If not, you can use that fact (non service) to vacate the judgment. You will have to have SOME defense to induce the court to vacate and give you the chance to defend the suit on the merits and/or based on lack of service. Otherwise it would be an exercise in futility if summary judgment will be granted anyway. You will need a lawyer to bring the application to the court issuing the judgment.
I may have been unclear.....the fact that you only signed as president and NOT individually is enough to vacate the judgment against you personally. It of course does not apply to the judgment against the corporation. Another possible defense against BOTH judgments....the NJ statute of limitations on written contracts is 6 years from breach. The entire suit may be time barred...lost forever to the plaintiff if they did not sue in time. A mailer as you describe it is NOT a summons and complaint that must be filed and served on you.
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