You would respond to the suit just like any other suit. File an answer that addresses each and every paragraph of the complaint with either an admission or denial.
Then you would add that you have reached an agreement to pay the amount due and that you are making payments according to the terms of the agreement. This is an affirmative defense known as accord and satisfaction.
Not if you are making your payments.
If the bills were overdue and you are making payments as the result of being 'dunned,' and the bills are not yet paid in full, it will reflect on your credit report.
Yes, this is only reported on your credit report if it is a collection account.
Santander BillPay is used for making regular or one-off payments online, usually in the form of paying your bills or other payments you may need to make.
No, they have to accept it.
Not in UK
With the rising cost of everything, bills are piling up for a lot of American families. Car payments, house payments or monthly rent, cell phone payments and tuition for those in school or with kids in school are just a few things having to be paid for month in and month out. There is no secret that lowering these bills would be a welcomed relief for most. Lowering your electric bill involves making sure your home is well insulated, unplugging unused appliances, making sure your phone and computer chargers are not always in the sockets, and keeping the air conditioner at a reasonable temperature.
More than likely there is a fine, jail time, license suspension, payments for medical bills, loss of insurance coverage, a possible civil lawsuit, attorney fees, court fees. and a whole lot of regret.
The US has never stopped making $2 bills. They are made but are rarely seen in circulation. These bills are legal tender and can be spent.
Woodrow Wilson. Only a few of these bills were printed and they were never put into public circulation. They were used only for making payments within the US government.