Yes. A charge off does not mean the debt is not valid and fully comllectible. Collectors will first attempt to recover the monies owed by traditional means, telephone and written correspondence. If such action is not successful the collector has the optin of retaining an attorney licensed in the debtor's state to pursue a lawsuit. A few major collection law firms (Mann-Bracken is one) are licensed to arbitrate rather than follow traditional procedures of filing a lawsuit in the state where the debtor resides. The best option when faced with legal action is to obtain advice or representation from a qualified attorney.
In the state of Ohio, collectors can legally collect your debt for up to ten years. The collection process can range from telephone calls to wage garnishment.
Not as long as you can prove you paid it.
Legally, only you and the company employing them, oh and the government.
Yes, if the mispayment was an error then they are entitied to make the necessary corrections.
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There is a federal law entitled the FDCPA. Any time you have a collection question you should search for the answer there first. An agency can attempt to collect the debt that is out of statute but they have no way of legally enforcing payment. Many times a person will pay an outstanding bill when its out of statute because they are not aware there are statutes of limitations. Sometimes a bill collection company will not even know that the statute tolled on the debt. Many times the client does not give the agency proper information purposely or by accident.....
No, you are not responsible for their debt. The only person legally responsible for a debt is the person that signed the contract for the debt. It doesn't matter if your dead parents left you money. Collection agencies cannot legally collect someone else's debt from you - but they will try. See the FDCRA to know your rights in debt collection.
Who would sue you? If it is charged off the CC's have given up because it is not worth their time or money. but it could be sold to some collection crooks that will tell you that they will come after you. If it was wrote off they can't legally collect it, but they are known to LIE and if you make any kind of payment you could again start the whole thing over. Chances are the statues of limitation have run out and then it is noncollectable by any one unless you pay on it.
A collection agency legally require the amount of the debt, plus any other charges/penalties incurred in the collection of the debt.
If you're talking about a credit card charge you disputed with the credit card company and the credit card company determined the dispute in your favor generally no. The other question you have to ask yourself however is if you received a good or service in exchange for what you charged to your card? Just because the credit card company determined the dispute in your favor and charged back the company, they don't lose the right to sue you or send you to a collection agency for a good or service you received. If the company sues you in court, they may be awarded the chargeback fee in addition to the amount owed in order to cover all damages that you caused them.
I think clients and public who did business with company or with company products are directly responsible legally.
They can be charged with anything anyone else can be charged with. Legally speaking, they are in no way above the law.
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A debt collector can attempt to collect on a debt for as long as she wants. She cannot, however, bring legal action against you once the statute of limitations has expired. At this point, she may still attempt to contact you by phone and written correspondence, but that is legally the extent of the actions.
No. You are not legally required to supply any information to a collection agent or agency.
Yes. If you married someone while you were still legally married to another person you could be charged with bigamy depending on the laws in your jurisdiction.Yes. If you married someone while you were still legally married to another person you could be charged with bigamy depending on the laws in your jurisdiction.Yes. If you married someone while you were still legally married to another person you could be charged with bigamy depending on the laws in your jurisdiction.Yes. If you married someone while you were still legally married to another person you could be charged with bigamy depending on the laws in your jurisdiction.
With a judgment and execution, the sheriff can. Without it no. But the collection agency can never legally access it. However, there are ways to do it illegally. Can the creditor do it... ? If you have a citizens acct and a debt with them, then yes, they can legally access whatever accounts you have with them. But a creditor can't just get access to you bank accounts. (I own a collection agency)
The short answer is no you cannot legally collect railroad spikes. Since 9/11 the railroads have been a lot more concerned about who is on, or around their tracks. The best way to get used spikes is to contact the railroad and get permission.