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Review by sweets on 2005-08-16
CANADA -- Here’s a tip from a N C O debt collector. If you have a bill PAY IT! Keep Proof that you paid it forever. With computers you can put it on disc and put it away, that way if you ever need it you have proof that it is paid. A debt is a debt forever!!!!!! And when a debt has been charged off…… this means the original company charged it off to COLLECTIONS. A debt does not go away until you pay it or you bankrupted it. What ever way you take care of it Keep PROOF of it. And telling us to stop calling or disputing the debt will just put collections off for another 6 months or so until another collection agency gets it. Then you start all over again. Company will buy and sell your old debt . They will get the money one way or an other. Just pay your bills . Even if it is 5.00 a month at least try!!!
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-08-09
Posted by Another Collector on 2006-08-09:
I am sorry that you are ignorant to some problems that most people are posting on this web site. This is to everyone. Please remember that there are "Statue of Limitations" on everything in this world except Murder. Check out http://www.carreonandassociates.com/articles/statute-of-limitations-second-opinion.htm see if a bill collector is trying to collect on something that is past the statue of limitation. If it is, then you can tell them to take a hike. If not tell them you will contact the ORIGINAL debtor, You have a right to work with them and not a collection agency. Work out a payment plan with them even if it is $5.00 a month. No payment should ever be refused, if they say that is not enough don't argue just send in the $5.00.

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