I live in the state of Oregon and a collection agency contacted me regarding a medical bill they state I owe. I asked them to validate the debt and they have not done so. They did send a computer generated invoice but nothing that has my signature on it from the original creditor. I tried to make a payment agreement but the agency said the physician has since retired and they are not able to make agreements because of this. If the physician has retired how are they able to legally collect on this debt? Plus is a computer generated invoice validation enough without my signature or an agreement between me and the original creditor?
Comments for collecting debt for retired physician
Learn how debt collection laws can help you! This website does not provide legal advice. All information is for educational purposes only. Copyright 2007 - 2017 by Mary Reed and Gerri Detweiler. All rights reserved.
Disclosure: We may receive compensation for marketing some of the services mentioned on this site. Above all though, our goal is to recommend products and services we believe can help our readers. You can learn more here.