Start your own thread.Several posts in this thread identify that Citibank, N.A of South Dakota does NOT have a registered agent in California - is NOT registered with the Secretary of State (hence, one could not sue them in California).
What about being sued BY Citibank, N.A. in California?
If they are not registered in CA, how can they have STANDING to sue? (you or me, for alleged breach of contract/common accounts).
How does one bring this to light, to have a case dismissed?
Summons and all pleadings indicate Citibank South Dakota, N.A. as Plaintiff, though they are NOT registered in CA.
Friedice, thank you so much for posting this thread, it will help me tremendously. What was the final address for Citicorp Credit Services that you used for the claim?What happened is I called Citibank Legal Department. They told me I should serve some entity called Citicorp Credit Services, which is in California. So I did that, and 10 days later I got a call from Citibank paralegal and we reached a settlement. What's interesting is that in the settlement it said that when serving Citibank, N.A., I incorrectly named them Citicorp Credit Services, but it did not seem to be the obstacle.
Willyjo is correct on some Sr. members ... I think that some take postings too personally .... like you cannot post a different opinion w/o them feeling the need to attack a poster. If that makes them feel like big people then I pity them.You are not the first one to complain about such snide remarks from "Senior Members" who think they know it all.
Willylo hasn't been to this site in almost 2 years. That's a risk of necroposting.Willyjo is correct on some Sr. members ... I think that some take postings too personally .... like you cannot post a different opinion w/o them feeling the need to attack a poster. If that makes them feel like big people then I pity them.