I have not filed a motion to vacate. The pretrial hearing is for a previous judgement in a different county. I was under the impression that everything was taken care of because I hadn't heard anything from anyone about this until recently. I sent in a denial of debt owed because I didn't know who the original debt was owed to and I wasn't about to just send money to someone I had no idea was asking for the money. I talked to the collection agency and they would not give me any information.
There was a bad check written and was sent back. A money order was then sent back to the company making sure they got the money. That was the last I heard about it.
Plaintiff Collection Bureau Services, ln, complains and alleges
1. Plaintiff is a Montana corporation with its principal place of business located in ____ County, Montana.
2. To the best of Plaintiff's knowledge and belief, Defendant resides in ______ County, Montana.
3. Plaintiff obtained Judgment against Defendant in the _____ County Justice Court on 03/12/03, in cause number xxxxx-xxxx in the amount of $xx.xx. After adjustment for payments and due to accrual of interest and costs, there remains the amount of $xx.xx due on the Judgment.
Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant(s) (jointly and severally) for $xx.xx plus $xx.xx filing fee, and the process server's fees, to be determined, post judgment costs, prejudgment interest and post judgment interest at 10 percent per annum, if provided for by law or contract, should Plaintiff prevail.
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