The collection agency is basically "the goon squad" to collect outstanding debts for that company you owe money too and you obviously owe them money and it's your responsibility to pay it back. Why? Because people who don't pay off their credit card debts or loans let this mischief filter down to others who are paying off their debts. You owe it ... you pay it! Please write a letter to the credit card company informing them of your circumstances (and you'd better be telling the truth) and ask if they could either lower their interest rates (which legally you can force them to do in the States) or the amount you can afford to pay each month. The credit card company just wants their money, and also, if you pay something on a credit card even though it's not the required amount they can't come after you as long as you are making an honest effort. All they want is their money! If you refuse to contact the credit card company by mail (and it should be by letter and Registered at your post office) then you can't expect them to work with you on your debt and your life will be one hell before it's over not to mention ruining your credit rating which you will certainly need if you want to purchase a car or a home in the future. Marcy It's always a good idea to pay your debts. But it is impossible to re-activate a defaulted credit card account. Once any account goes to a collection agency, the bad debt is due and payable in full. If you pay the debt, the CC company may agree to grant you a new account, but nothing can make the former, defaulted one active.
If you have a collection agency working for the credit card company then it is them you need to make payments too as it is now too late to pay the credit card company. They have sold the debt to the collection company and you will have to pay any charges on top of the debt now also. Try not to let it get that far in future, but that's easier said than done.
Absolutely they can ! The only reason a person needs to deal with a collection agency, is because they defaulted on payments to the original company. That company passed the account to a debt-recovery agency, who paid the sum YOU owe to the original company. If you simply refuse to pay the collection agency, they have the legal right to take you to court to recover the debt !
No - they will have notified you in reminder letters that they may do that if you continue to default on payments. When they actually instigate the action, they don't have to tell you they have done so - the collection agency will simply write to you - and tell you they've taken over the case, and all communication with the medical company must now stop, as you're now dealing solely with the collection agency.
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