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Debt Collection Questions and Our Answers

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Sands Tourism Sent Me Two Scratch Off Tickets and Say I'm a Winner. Is This a Scam? - Luena 
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Filing with the court and Admissions Request for productions 
Regarding the state of CA (Los Angeles), do I have to file my response to the debt collectors Interrogatories with the court? (I have an active case with …

Trying to Collect on Promissory Note 
In 2008, i loaned 31.000.00 to my ex-boyfriend when we were still living together in order for him to purchase a vehicle to do a transportation business. …

Debt Collection Calls For Debt I Don't Owe 
A debt collector from ERS called my cell phone because I have the same last name as someone he's trying to pursue. I told him he had the wrong number …

Where do I go from here? 
I fell behind on a credit card through HSBC and have been turned over for collection I had a loss of income and I was 24 hours late with my payment so …

ORIGINAL CREDITOR  
Can a original creditor for example (chase/jp morgan) after they received a certified mail from me that they keep contacting in writing only and not to …

Paying off Collections and Credit Report 
As far as our credit score is concerned, should we try to pay off older collections (ex. a couple years old)? Or has the damage been done and it wouldn't …

Two vehicles same lender 
I filed for bankruptcy just over a year ago in the state of New Mexico. I have a vehicle filed under the bankruptcy but I have made payments on-time and …

Aging South Koreans Falling into More Debt Troubles Says Credit Counseling and Recovery Service 
The growing trend of the elderly falling into more problem debt is not restricted to the United States alone. Credit Counseling and Recovery Service …

Free Debt Settlement Advice 
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Have You Been Scammed or Ripped Off? How to Get Help and Get The Problem Resolved 
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If At First You Don't Succeed, Commit Fraud and Fail Again : Defrauding From Behind Bars 
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Considering Purchasing A Work-At-Home Program? The FTC's Business Opportunity Rule Is Here To Help 
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If You Use a Yahoo or AOL Email Address. Your Credit Score Probably Sucks 
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Free Government Grants, Diet Pills and Credit, Oh My! 
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Old debt verification 
I was wondering how I can go about inquiring who the source of a debt is that appears on my credit report, which I believe originated 15 years ago but …

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