If they say they have a judgment and in fact do not, they are breaking the law. You can report them to the Federal Trade Commision, which regulates collectors or to the American Collectors Association. Be sure first, thouhg, that there's not actually a judgment against you; you don't necessarily have to have been in court when it was granted. Demand to see written proof of the judgment before doing anything.
if you pay the collection agency you can get back in good credit standings , ifyou dont they can get a judgment against you, and garnish your wadges , if they do a charge off it stays on your credit for up to 10 years know and it is harder to get credit with a charge off
they will stop at nothing including threatening to take your first born child but basically all they can do is sue you and get a judgment and if you have no assets they cannot take them, but if your working you could have your wages attached...
Depends on the state that you live in. Talk to an attorney, if the collection people dont believe you're disabled.
they will send it to crediotrs and then a collection agency will call you.. your creidt score will go down
Absolutely not!!!! A collection agency has no kind of authority to touch anyone's social security disability benefits. Or anything else. Scare tactics, empty threats are all a debt collection can do. If u dont want to pay a bill, thats the consumer's choice, not those fools!!
Administrative Wage Garnishment can be done by US Department of Education, or any guaranty agency that participates in the Federal Family Education Loan Program. All they need to do is send you a notice 30 days beforehand, regular mail, to your last known address. They do not need any judgments or writs, and any state or local laws referenced below are superceded by USC 34 B 682. - - uhhh yes. not only a judgment, but they also need a writ of garnishment... if they have the writ... they more than likely have the judgment as well. you should have been served the summons... then if you didnt show up... its automatic default judgment against you. you should have also received a copy of the writ as well. chances are they have one and you just dont know about it. employers generally dont go through the trouble to set that up unless thay have been legally. A collection agency cannot instigate legal procedures. In general a collections agency will refer the account to a collections attorney. The attorney must be licensed to practice in the debtor's state. The attorney will file suit, if the suit is won,a petition for a writ of judgment is made, the judgment can be enforced in several ways, one being wage garnishment. In all these steps the debtor must be notified and given time to answer. The length of time for the debtor to respond is governed by state law. There are collection law firms, one of which has obtained the right to use arbitration. That is a different process, but, it does not change the fact that a writ of judgment has to be issued by the court of jurisdiction.
A collection agency (or pretty much anybody now a days) can check your credit records with all three bureaus. They will see your bank records on the credit record. You can check your own credit record to see if the bank record is there.
Umm I dont think so!!!
The best way is to pay on results. Dont agree to any contract, just agree to test them. Feed them a few small accounts and ONLY PAY AFTER YOU GET PAID. That way you'll get an idea of how they perfrom before you give them more business. I"ve used a collection agency at Headsets.com for about ten years and we dont have a contract. They just do a good job, and we pay them.
A collection agency is not hired to get the amount paid in payments they are paid to get the amount in full. At this point the place you originally owed the money to and did not pay may or may not be willing to take payments being that they have now hired the collection agency to get the money from you. YOu can call the original creditor and tell them you are willing to pay and if they say no then you must pay the collection agency, I have never heard of any of them taking payments. When they get hired they try to collect as much as possible of the owed amount so they can get a higher commission. They dont want payments they want money in full....
The creditor can sue the debtor in civil court. If the creditor wins a judgment (99.9% of the time they will) said judgment can be ebforced against personal property owned by the debtor, for example a levy against a bank account or lien on real property.
my credit car d wsa sold to another agency for collections the collection agency gave me your phone and said you have my account orginal crdiror legacy card card 4239801024374221 if you dont have it who does phone no please and co name thank you
Personally speaking, it is better to settle with a collection agency rather than making monthly payments. Theres only one ceveat....you must pay the collection agency in full. Example, lets say you owe $1000 to a credit card company. A collection agency will say, pay $600 NOW and this will settle the balance. So, if you dont have $600, its a 'catch-22'. You are better off making the monthly payments until the $1000 is paid.
If you don't pay a payday loan, you can have a judgment brought against you. They can also fine you a pre determined amount.
Most of the time it will be sent to a collection agency. This agency will then continue to try to contact you until the loan is paid. Your interest rates are even likely to increase, causing you to pay more than you would normally owe.
Not all companies collect outside of the US, but when they do collect, collectors dont have any issue calling international
NO. D wat travel agency UK is a SCAMMER!!! Please dont be fooled by this agency!
i dont know but its the way they make decisions that are not bias
Jose. DID they repo the car?? If not, I dont see how it could be correct. Was this vehicle a repo at the time and were you paying the remaining balance to the collection agency or was the account a charge off? I am assuming that you are refering to Ford Motor Creit which I used to collect for. In most cases a 3rd party collection agency will purchase the account at pennies on the dollar or the account will be placed with a fee once the account is collected. It is the collection agency responsiblity to update the creditor of payments and in some cases update credit reports. Also it is a good idea to get a confirmed paid in full letter and to send it to the original creditor to make sure they update your credit report correctly.
carolene, normally, banks dont turn accts ovet to CA unless the payments are NOT being made. Have you bothered to call the bank and inquire as to why this is happening?
i dont think so
Generally, the party who brought a court action against you will win by default and obtain a judgment lien against you. Generally, if you don't show up in court to defend yourself against a claim filed by someone else, you will lose by default.
i dont know, do you
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