I got a phone call from a person saying they were from a company called Central Judicial Systems based in Spokane, Washington telling me to call a phone number along with a case number. I called that number and was told I was going to be taken to court about a payday loan (which I applied for but never received) in Oct 2010 for 1000.00. After I told the person I had no record of this deposit she told me to wait for a subpoena in the mail and then hung up. When I called the number back, I was unable to get a person on the phone as the number would hang up automatically. This is very shady to me and I want to know what’s going on and what my options are. I remember applying for the loan but I never got it and I have proof in my bank statements. Also being hung up on was suspicious as well. Are these empty threats? What do I do?
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Over the last two years, while I was in college, I was dumb enough to let myself get about 5,000 in debt. This debt is for 3 credit cards, a payday loan, and an overdrafted bank account. I am graduating in a few weeks and will begin looking for a full time job. I had planned on either attempting to settle these debts or explore the option of bankruptcy once I began my career. However, I was served with a subpoena from Citi today for 1000. I know this is my fault and it is something I was preparing to work out as soon as I am financially able. Should I consider bankruptcy? Im 24 and in the state of KS. Thanks!
Thanks for your suggestions and well wishes. I would greatly prefer to settle than go the bankruptcy route, I was just not sure if settlement was an option since the subpoena has been sent. I am looking forward to getting past this!
Although I shouldn’t pick on such an easy target, you may be benefit from some higher education yourself. Your grammar and use of punctuation leave much to be desired. However, thank you for your input. It helps me realize that my financial setback is not nearly as bad as plain stupidity.