How to Quickly Lose a Collection Case in Court from Consumer Recovery Network: The judge is there for one purpose and one purpose only, and that is to decide whether or not you owe the debt. Period.
According to Consumer Recovery Network …
If you show up in court “falling on your sword with hat in hand” and expect that method to benefit your case, you’re wrong. In other words, just because you’re broke and you can’t pay; that doesn’t mean you won’t get a judgment. The court’s duty is to decide a controversy. If you say the plaintiff is right, but you can’t pay; you lose.
Your goal is to win a case or delay the case. To achieve this, you must disagree with the plaintiff. Even if you cant find a lot to disagree about with the plaintiff. Initially, you basically say, “They say I owe this much. I disagree.”
The #1 success that Michael Bovee says he has seen is disagreement over the amount of the debt. You don’t spell out the amount of the debt
Being in debt can involve a highly emotional response with ups and downs, ranging from fear of total failure to feelings of resolution. The one constant is that you need information about your situation.
Consulting the right debt relief attorney or consumer debt network can be helpful.
Information provided on this page is not an endorsement regarding accuracy or fitness for anyone’s specific situation, but is provided as information only.
IMPORTANT: You should always be careful what you reveal online, or to any agency. A debt collector could find an admission online, even on a post in a comments section.
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