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    I replied with an Answer to a Summons and Complaint served by a debt collector. Unfortunately I did not file my Answer with the local Superior Court. The debt collector subsequently and without my knowledge got a judgement against me. I received a Notice of Judgement and now they might grab my checking account, etc.

    Is there a way I can contest the judgement? I have a certified mail receipt showing that I sent them something within the time required. They obviously pretended that they did not receive it.

    What can I do at this point?

    Sheryl

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    You might want to read this article re vacating/dismissing a judgment (when/how it can be done):

    http://ezinearticles.com/?How-To---V...ent&id=1462530
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