the foregoing" and "facts alleged are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief". And my first reaction was, "REALLY?" Though there was a stamped, "Authorized Officer" what can it mean to have a paralegal from another state, verify by this seat-of-the-pants manner? He or she would have had no knowledge of the business dealings of the Plaintiff, nor is he or she part of the representing law firm of the Plaintiff. If someone swears under penalty of perjury, shouldn't that person KNOW if the complaint is true, or not? Otherwise, why not grab Tom, Dick or Harry off of the street and have one of them do the same thing? Tom, Dick, or Harry could also swear they've read the complaint and that it's true "to the best of (their) knowledge and belief".Gut says, something not right.