Tell them you want a VERIFICATION of the debt. Use one of their prepaid envelopes to send them the demand. LOL There should be a judgment against you for some amount somewhere in the deal. Check the date of judgment.
If it has been seven years, and they haven't initiated legal proceedings than it is a stale claim. Demand it be removed from your credit file and demand that they stop contacting you. Let them file suit. The suit will be thrown out of court for untimely filing of the claim. Good Luck.
by paying the bill or rebuy it at an aucton
Pay the bill.
A $10,000.00 bill is worth about $30,000 to $140,000.00 to collectors.
Out of Area are usally bill collectors or telemarketers.
It's an ordinary $2 bill that was "enhanced" by a private company who added the silver coating. As such, it may be of interest to novelty-item collectors but it's considered to be an altered or damaged bill with no interest to banknote collectors.
It's an ordinary Washington bill that was altered to commemorate JFK after he was assassinated in that year. Unfortunately it's not of interest to coin or bill collectors, though there may still be some collectors of Kennedy memorabilia who would want to add it to their sets.
There are certain hours that debt collectors are permitted to call an individual. They are not allowed to call someone after 9 pm or before 8 am.
The difference between the sale price & loan balance is what they will bill you for.
It's a novelty item and not a genuine US bill, so it has no value to banknote collectors.
it may carry on to the next bill or may cause some things to be repossessed other things can happen though
Bill Dauterive was created in 1997.
Collected taxes, the same as always. Tax collectors of those days were comparable to modern-day bill collectors; they were paid a commission, and anything they could collect over what was actually assessed, they could keep.
Bill Maccoun has written: 'The antique finder's guide' -- subject(s): Art objects, Collectors and collecting
They will call you to pay the bill and after you ignore it for so long and do not turn your car in willingly they will come get it.
Your collection agency will have the procedure, that's all the government will tell me.
Sister Wendy in Conversation with Bill Moyers - 1997 TV was released on: USA: 1997
Click on the link to your right for a lot of useful information about debt collection. can a bill collecter come to your job
Bill Knous has written: 'Railroadiana' -- subject(s): Collectibles, Collectors and collecting, Equipment and supplies, Prices, Railroads
Bill Karsten has written: 'Silver folding fruit knives' -- subject(s): Catalogs, Collectors and collecting, Pocketknives
Bill Clinton was the 42nd president of the United States. He served two terms, from 1993 to 1997 and then again from 1997 to 2001. Bill Clinton was from the Democratic party.
Bill Davis Stadium was created in 1997.
Bill Wightkin died on 1997-07-27.
Bill Hodgman died on 1997-05-03.
Bill Shine died on 1997-07-24.
Bill Butland died on 1997-09-19.