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If you don’t defend yourself a debt collector can get a default judgment against you, seize your bank accounts or assets, garnish your wages, file a lien against your home, and more.
We Can Help.
You can settle for much less than the debt collectors’ first demand. About 30% of our lawsuit defense clients pay nothing to debt purchasers.* If you choose to settle, clients who show strength by defending the case usually settle their cases for about one-third of the amount demanded in the lawsuit.
Respond to the Lawsuit.
Only a properly prepared response will push back at the debt collector and put you in a position to win or settle for a reasonable amount. Did you receive Request for Admissions or Interrogatories? We’ll prepare your response.
Where’s the Evidence?
Demand a copy of the debt collector’s file!
Direct Relationship with Your Attorney.
You will have the same attorney through the whole case and you can telephone or message your attorney directly.
We Will Guide You.
Settlement or Trial? The choice is yours. We will help you decide which is best for you.
When a debt collector realizes you are not backing backing down it will often dismiss the case or settle for much less than its original demand.
We have helped our clients beat Midland Funding LLC and we can help you.
Located in San Diego, Midland Funding is owned by Encore Capital Group and is one of the nation’s largest buyers of unpaid debt. Typically, Midland Funding purchases include “charged-off” accounts.
“Charged-off” accounts are those in which 180 days or more have passed without either payment or with a less than minimum payment.
Midland Funding LLC uses its own in-house counsel for most of its lawsuits in the state of California.