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I was served with a complaint (Credit Card Debt) in May

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I was served with a complaint (Credit Card Debt) in May 2015. Answered complaint, they sent Discovery, Admissions, etc and I answered and mailed back in a timely manner. I also sent the my Discovery pack on July 14, 2015. I have not heard anything from them and didn't get any responses. The court just sent a letter on Friday asking for status update by Nov 28 or the case may dismissed. The Attorney for the collection company replied that it was in Discovery. I was wondering what the chances would be if I sent a Motion for Admissions Admitted followed by a Motion for dismissal due to Untimely Discovery, Admissions would destroy their case, and it was already filed beyond the statute of limitations in Alabama.
JA: When did this issue begin?
Customer: THe complaint or the Past Due?
JA: Because laws vary based on location, what state are you in?
Customer: Alabama
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I don't know what else to ask
Submitted: 20 days ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 20 days ago.

That is an excellent strategy. The deemed admissions would be hard to overcome by them.

Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 18 days ago.

If you have no further questions a positive rating would be greatly appreciated

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