Many times they do that. You need to get them removed. Send a letter to the bureaus.
Until you pay the bill or file a BK or change your number.
A dept collector can call as many times as he wants. First off it is deBt not dePt,and secondly it could be he/she...Most importantly get name and address of collection agency,and send them a,return receipt requested letter,stating you want them to stop.
Yes, an out of state debt collector can sue you. Many debt collection agencies collect for companies located all over the country.
There are many types of debt collection software out there for businesses. The best software designed specifically for small business is Bill Collector in a Box, visit their website: http://www.billcollectorinabox.com/.
HOW MAN TIMES PER WEEK CAN A COLLECTOR CALL?
Yes, in many states a bank can sell your overdraft debt to a collector if they never notified you about the debt and your address never changed.
There is no set minimum amount. Many want to receive at least the interest on the principle.
Debt and bill consolidation works by grouping all of someone's debts or bills into one large debt. The purpose is to help people who are having trouble managing many debts.
A 3rd party debt collector can't say that unless they are one. Otherwise they are providing false and misleading information and can be sued for substantial amounts of money. But there are many 3rd party debt collector "Attorney Offices" and if that is the case Yes they can.