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Since you have notice of the default, if default has not yet been entered, you need to file an objection to the default and motion to dismiss
based on failure of service of process. If the court has entered default, you need to file a motion to vacate default together with a motion to dismiss the case for failure of service of process and in most of these cases, as the law does not favor default but a trial on the merits, the court will at the least vacate the default and many times will make them properly serve you if they are going to continue the suit.
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