Re: What Can I Do at This Point Rec'd Motion for Judgement
If a suit was filed in 2008, while not impossible for a suit to stretch over the time you describe, it is very unusual.
A submission of a letter demanding verification is not a defense to a suit. If you sent such a letter in response to a suit I filed, I would have continued it with a motion for summary judgement against you. I wonder why they even bothered with allowing it to continue as it did.
If the suit was filed by the collection agency, then the CA is who owned the debt. What happened to CBNA and CBSD is irrelevant to your debt. If you wanted to dispute the standing of the CA to sue you, the time to do it was when you initially responded to the suit. By failing to object to the standing of the CA, you agreed they had standing to sue.
to respond to the motion for judgment, you need to submit a reason it should not be granted. Given the lack of information provided here, I cannot offer you any reasons.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.