You cannot be sued twice for the same debt. From the limited facts you sent, it looks like the judgment was obtained a long time ago, and they are trying to collect it now. Lawsuits do not start with a letter, they .start with a summons or complaint. Contact a local attorney to help.
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NO! This does not seem legal. If you already have a judgment against you, you should NOT be sued separately for the same debt. If they try, you may have legal recourse for violations of the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act). I would be happy to review the letter and advise you of your legal rights.
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You absolutely cannot be sued twice for the same debt, not if they obtained a judgment the first time. This is a blatant violation of the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act). A violation of that act allows you to pursue a claim against the debt collector and the great thing about that law is that it allows you to obtain free legal representation. The FDCPA provides that the debt collector must pay your legal fees. Feel free to contact my office for a free consultation and hopefully, free representation.Ask a similar question