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Send a registered letter to the creditors stating name of Attorney and firm, Mailing address, phone number, case #. Without this info, the creditors have no way of knowing what is truth. It is a common line. They need this info for your records and account. Your attorney should have done this and made this clear to you for your peace of mind. You can call with this info as well. Just telling them Chapt. 7 or you have an attorney isn't enough. If after mailing, immediate with call, and you get calls from a collection agency, they are now At Fault. The dc/supervisor knows better; they have all the necessary info now. The dc will fill out an AR form; attorney referral. This is what the info is for. It gets turned in to the floor supervisor, which in turn is delivered by hand to the CA's {collection agency} Attorney. Your Attorney should have already informed the CA. Your phone # should and will be immedialty blocked/removed from the dialer. You may receive a letter stating they now have this info and what your rights are. In terms of the actual creditor, Im not sure. To many laws and states. Talk to your Attorney.

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Q: What do you do if creditors are hounding you but you don't have the money and you have already had a chapter seven?
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