Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Obscene Letter To Ralph

Winn and Sims apparently received an obscene letter directed towards Ralph (Sims I'm assuming). Since it was postmarked from San Diego, it was logically attributed to me. It's that same sort of logic and Sherlock Holmes-like investigation skills that started this whole silly case.

So while I don't actually claim responsibility, they did send my attorney a copy of it (which of course was forwarded to me). It appears someone besides myself is dissatisfied with Winn and Sims. I have no clue who "James" is (but I'll assume it's not his real name), nor do I know what his complaint is. It is a legitimate letter sent by someone to Winn and Sims, which I know for a fact because it was forwarded to me when they incorrectly attributed its origination to me.

In theory, if Winn and Sims spent time delivering documents that were requested for discovery (which was due over a month ago), rather than wasting their own time with this letter we might get somewhere.

My personal advice to "James"... while your letter is funny in a childish sort of way, it's pretty much a waste of your time and serves no purpose (other than for you to vent your frustrations... which I guess might be personally useful to you).

Friday, August 13, 2004

Still No Discovery

The 30 day extension we granted them has now passed, and much to my amazement (haha!), Winn and Sims is still unable to produce the requested documents for discovery. We gave them another month, so now they have until September 12. Although I'm not really holding my breath on this one.

Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Cavalry Portfolio Services

I was bored, so I decided to see who Cavalry actually was, and it looks like I hit the nail on the head from this entry.

From their website: of the largest buyers of distressed debt in the United States...

It's still one of those things that my brain wants to spell as Calvary for whatever reason (see previous post).

Monday, August 09, 2004

Default Judgment Reversed

The default judgment was officially reversed by the court. So at least the whole thing is back to the point of me being able to prove this is identity theft, and not bad debt (which will be cake).