They can refile within 6 months or within the remainder of the statute of limitations, whichever is longer. Odds are slim. The debt will probably be sold off to another junk debt buyer.
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They can refile within 6 months or within the remainder of the statute of limitations, whichever is longer. Odds are slim. My experiences are that about 1% are re-sued.
Most will sell it off to another junk debt buyer. Most of the next buyers will go away with a "buzz off" letter and a reminder that someone else told them to go away.
Mr. Krumbein is admitted to the courts of Virginia. His advice is often based on Virginia and Federal law, however, you should consult a lawyer in your geographic area for more detailed advice.
A non-suit means that case is dismissed, but they get one more shot at bringing a lawsuit against you. I think that 'junk buyers' like to bring a lot of lawsuits to collect default judgments, but they don't really want to have to fight them. You (or your attorney) showed up in court and made it look to them like it would be some work to try to get their judgment, so they dropped it. I doubt you'll hear from them again.
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