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    Default Plaintiff's Motion To Vacate Judgment?

    Hello, I am looking for some advice. I still need to dig up all my old records to be more thorough with my questions, but here's a general overview-

    Capital One Credit Card
    5800.00
    Charged off
    Howard Lee Schiff summons
    I didn't show up in court
    6 months later just received "Plaintiff's motion to vacate judgment and re enter judgement with corrections"
    "due to clerical and computer error, the original 55(b)(1) was misprinted and reflected zero amount of damages"

    I was wondering why I received a notice saying Capital one had won a judgment against me for 230.00 (something like that)

    So I am wondering what I should do now.

    It's all very confusing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks, Jake
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    Oppose the motion. $0 damages is a good number.
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