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Motion to Set Aside Judgment...A Powerful Tool for Default

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Hello folks and thank you for tuning in to the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Webinar.  I am your host, Anthony Johnson.

In this Consumer Debt Webinar, we will train you on what to do if you did not receive notice of a court date and a case was decided against you, which had resulted in a default judgment being entered, wage garnishment, liens filed against property, bank levies, and possibly imprisonment.

If you believe you were not given proper notice of your court date, you can ask to have the judgment set aside.  Folks, a lot of debt collectors are undermining the system by NOT serving you with proper notice in efforts to circumvent due process and obtain a default judgment against you.  Remember, we talked about how the debt collectors then use the default judgment to obtain a Contempt of Court order which is then used as the basis to have an arrest warrant issued and have you thrown in jail for not paying the debt.

THIS COULD HAPPEN TO YOU!  If you believe you were not given proper notice of your court date, you must tune in to this Webinar!

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