Yes, they could settle on amount before court--I usually tell people to start at half of what is owed if the debt is under 2 yrs old. That of course doesn't mean that the collection agency will accept that. Really and truly, it depends on if they bought the account and how much they paid for it. If it is older--start a little lower than half. Whatever you offer--make sure it is something that you can do immediately (within 30 days). State your case- tell them you are trying to clean up your credit. If the amount they want is more than you can afford--try to settle for more time--like 2-3 months with the balance divided by the months. ($900.00 is settled on--2 months to do it $450.00 a month--3 months $300.00 a month.) !!!DO NOT WRITE ANY POST DATED CHECKS--there have been too many mistakes made and you don't want to find that you are now overdrawn with more fees added and the money needed for utilities-rent is gone!!
It means you haven't paid them in so long that they've given up on collecting. Most companies sell their written off debts to collection agencies so you can expect to get annoying calls from a collection agency in the near future. If you owed enough on the 2nd mortgage the bank may also attempt to foreclose on your home. you should contact the lender and try to bring your 2nd mortgage current before that happens.
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Employment agencies are good for when you cant find a job no matter where you look. People are afraid to use them but from my own experiences they work good and they are easy.
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Acting agencies are basically referred to as talent agencies. They are needed if you expect to make a living by doing acting, they will help you find roles to be in. All of the actors you see in movies have been assigned to parts through an agency.
It varies, but can be a lot.
before or after i have to have a more in depth knowledge of who and what you expect before i answer
Priceless satisfaction Good Answer! You never should expect to make money from a stamp collection. Unless you are going out and buying high value items, you won't be able to get as much as you paid for them. A dealer will look at the overall collection and make an offer. If you have specific stamps that are worth great deal, they are going to do better individually then as a part of a collection. If looking to sell the collection or appraise it for estate value, if the individual was a member of the American Philatelic Society, they will assist in finding a reputable appraiser. Even if you were to identify and catalog every single item in the collection, you would expect to get only a fraction of the catalog value.
Montana Constitution Section 8. Right of participation.The public has the right to expect governmental agencies to afford such reasonable opportunity for citizen participation in the operation of the agencies prior to the final decision as may be provided by law.
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