Update: Cash4Gold Defendant Liberis Files To Vacate Default

Michele Liberis, the former Cash4Gold employee being sued by that company based on her “10 Confessions” posting, today filed a “Motion to Vacate and Set Aside” the default that Cash4Gold was granted against her earlier this year. In her motion, Liberis states that the default “was improper and should be deemed void,” given that it was based on a claim that she hadn’t responded to Cash4Gold’s initial suit against her. Liberis had, in fact, replied to the company’s written questions, setting forth her “unequivocal and explicit denials” of Cash4Gold’s allegations against her.

The Motion also includes Liberis’ answers to Cash4Gold’s complaint, in which she denies all of the allegations. We contacted Cash4Gold for a comment on the new filing, and the company said they needed more time to review the document, and would be able to provide a response on Monday. We’ll report on their comment when we receive it.

Defendant Michele Liberis’ Motion to Vacate and Set Aside Default (PDF)
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