I am being sued in a Florida County Court by a JDB's staff attorney, for a debt that was charged off by the original credit card issuer. I answered my 20 day summons with a graduated denial, but it was not a sworn graduated denial. I was not aware that it needed to be sworn. I have now been sent a Plaintiff's request for admissions to Defendant, a notice of service of Plaintiff's interrogatories to Defendant, and Plaintiff's request for production of documents to Defendant. They are asking for my ss#, birthdate,and place of employment, as well as banking iinformation. Is this legal? Do I have to give them my ss#? I am currently on unemployment, and believe they cannot garnish that, if they get a judgment, T or F? How do I answer as to whether I had this cc and made purchases on it?
Do I deny or object to everything, other than my address? Do I object to production of documents? I have less than a week left to answer, and cannot produce these records, at this time, or possibly never. I have never spoke too, or signed anything with this JDB, and feel they should not be entitled to sue me for a debt that I did not make with them. Even if I had the money to pay this debt, which I don't, I would not want to pay it to a JDB. I would pay it to my original creditor, who has already charged it off, long ago. Also, are their any documents and requests that I should be asking the Plaintiff to produce? Such as, Request to Validate, or is it to late, or could it possibly hurt me in the long run?