My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: Michigan.
My question is I belonged to a credit union that has pulled some very illegal and dirty tactics to collect on a debt that they said I committed fraud in opening. The thing is, the card had been opened 3 years prior to when they said I applied. ANYWAYS, they never served me with a notice, even though they knew where I worked and lived and committed sewer service on me to get a default judgement. My question is that I was researching public records and they have a lien against my house that was foreclosed on. Do they not have to notfiy you of liens filed against you? I was never notified of this, just as I was never notified of the court case. At least with the court case, I recieved the papers after it was all said and done. But I have never recieved anything about the lien being filed? Is this just one more thing I can add to my long list of them committing fraud upon the court?