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I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
You can contact the law firm and ask them to provide you with proof that you purchased the item in question. If they don't have any evidence, then they can't prove at the hearing that you owe anything. So that's step 1. It could be an issue of mistaken identity, but it's also possible if they do a lot of these cases that they just put the wrong vehicle information on the form, and that can be fixed.
If you didn't buy the vehicle they're claiming you did (and they won't drop the case), you'll be able to go to the hearing to defend yourself and explain why you don't owe the money. But hopefully you can get things worked out with the lawyers first. Sometimes they'll accept less money than they're asking for, so that's another option, but you probably want to see their evidence first.
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