Yes. A charge off does not cancel the debt, it is still valid and collectible by whatever means is available to the creditor, including but not limited to a lawsuit.
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I have a charged off account at the bank of 146.00 how do I pay that off when I'm unemployed I have a charged off account at the bank of 146.00 how do I pay that off when I'm unemployed
yes the debt does not go away, the bank simply sold the debt to an outside collection agency.
no it didn't. it still needs to pay 154 millon pounds of debt.
That means you pay off part of your debt.That means you pay off part of your debt.That means you pay off part of your debt.That means you pay off part of your debt.
You are still walking. You must pay off the new holder of the note. act wuick as they will sell it fast.
No, as they are the legal agent of the original Creditor and the arrangements made with the collection agency are binding on the original Creditor.
If a 1099-C form was received then you are required to pay taxes on the amount shown. This is done when a debt is considered cancelled. A cancelled debt cannot be pursued for collection. ALthough there is no guarantee that unethical collectors wouldn't make an attempt to do so.
Yes, because all that charged off debt is just charged off by the original lender, not for the entire world. They will sell it for some amount of money to collections agencies in orde to get something and write off the balance of the debt on their taxes as a loss which you have to in turn enter charged off debt as income unless you pay it back. The collection agency starts the process all over and the seven years starts all over too, to infinity and beyond...It never goes away unless it is legally disccharged off through cp 13 or 7 bankruptcy unless is a student loan, federal IRS debt, child support, judgment, etc...
Pay it off. It will still likely be repossessed.
Only if they pay off the outstanding debt owed on the mortgageOnly if they pay off the outstanding debt owed on the mortgageOnly if they pay off the outstanding debt owed on the mortgageOnly if they pay off the outstanding debt owed on the mortgage
The term 'charge off' does not define the debt as invalid and uncollectible. The term is something that creditors use to signify a debt is in collection status which relates (in a roundabout way) to taxation purposes. One should always honor their debts when it is at all possible. Not paying a 'charged off' debt can subject the debtor to collection action from third parties and/or a civil suit.
Yes. Charging off a debt in no way removes your obligation to pay. The charge off is simply a matter of taxes and losses for the creditor.
No. First pay off the debt and next year, may be, you get enough money to pay Zakat.
You don't have to repay the debt but u are required to report the amount of the "charge off" to the IRS and pay taxes on it when you file your tax return
Yes, Charged off accounts are sold many times for collection .It also depends on many things as to what can be done . One is the statute of limitation for the state its in.There is a wealth of inf. on the PC about debt collections and may laws that apply.
You can trade it in but the dealer will have to pay it off before consumating any deal he has with you. Charging it off does not relieve you of the debt nor does it erase the lien on the title.
Just because an account is charge-off does NOT mean the debt is not being collected upon or that the debt is expunged. Charge-off accounts are often sold to collectin agencies or junk debt buyers who will subsequently try to collect on it. Paying a charged-off debt will not help your credit scores. A status of 'paid charge-off' or 'paid collection' is still a negative. A mortgage lender may look more favorably upon accounts like these, but paying won't remove the tradelines or increase your scores.
No, the vehicle will be sold at auction and after expenses are paid, any money left will be applied to the loan amount. You will still be responsible for the remaining amount of the loan. If you don't pay off the remaining amount of the loan, the debt will be turned in to a collection agency and possibly court action will be initiated.
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Homeless people have no ability to pay for anything themselves. They certainly have no ability to pay off the national debt.
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A debt being designated as a "charge off" does not mean the debt is not valid and collectible. Collection of the debt will still be pursued either through an agency contracted by the original creditor or a third party purchaser. The creditor/collector has the option of filing a lawsuit against the debtor to recover monies owed as well as using common collection practices such as telephone and written correspondence.
No, you cannot use a Stafford student loan to pay off personal debt. The only debt that should be paid off with an educational Stafford loan is your college debt.