I'm Trying To Pay A Bill

by Steven
(Toms River, NJ, Unites States)

I'm trying to pay a bill from last May. It's been a run around just to get anywhere with you people. I have to wonder, do you REALLY want people to pay their debts? I have to think you don't, why else would this be so difficult? Here I am, ACTUALLY trying to pay money I owe, and I can't!

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ALL I want is a copy of the bill, so I can pay it, that's all. If your actual aim is to collect debts, then by some grace someone will send me another bill. We put a man on the moon once, so I think this company can manage to accomplish mailing out a bill for debt collections. I'll even give you the address.

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Apr 18, 2011
Your problem with Square Two
by: DebtCollectionAnswers.com

Steven,

We are sorry it wasn't clear, but we are not the collection agency. DebtCollectionAnswers.com is a consumer education website to help people who are dealing with debt collectors.

Under federal law, a collection agency is required to send written notification of the debt within five days of initially contacting you. Have you ever received that? If not, you should talk with a consumer law attorney.

If you have been paying on the debt and are trying to find out where it stands, you may need to send them a certified letter asking them to send you a current accounting of the debt. If they still don't reply, it may make sense to talk with a consumer law attorney to find out what your rights are.

If it seems like the debt collector is breaking the law, talk with a consumer law attorney. Find out how to get free legal advice from an attorney here.

The attorney can tell you if the collector may have broken the law, and advise you on what to do next.

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