It was June 20. I never got it, so I called to the court today, expecting to have a hearing date, if the motion were to be considered. I am in Indiana.
Thanks. I do not understand why this would occur. In my oriignal complaint, I argued that they essentially "loused up the paperwork" leading to my problems on my credit report. Here they "loused up the paperwork" at the court and were rewarded with it, though the court has a signed certificate of service. Should I, in my response POLITELY and respectfully XXXXX XXXXX irony of such in my bid for pretty much proves their incompetence is not excusable neglect? They file thousands of lawsuits each year and win many of them by default.
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