I believe it's the date it goes onto your credit report. Key is to NEVER say that you'll pay on xxx date. Never make promises to pay because it will restart the clock.
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They have up to five years in Florida. The clock starts when the last debt acknowledgement occurs.
The date of first delinquency should be the date that starts the clock for the 7 years. Meaning if you went 30 days late in April 2005, on a credit card, and then 60, 90 then 120, then the account would go to charge off status but the date of first delinquency would be April 2005. In CA, 4 years from the date of first delinquency is within the statute of limitations is in effect that a creditor or collection agency can sue you for the amount owed. This will vary from state to state, If the collection agency sells the collection to another collection company, the start date is the date of first delinquency, April 2005. If the collection agency changes the date, that is called re-aging and is illegal unless you set up new terms with collection agency
Depends on your states statute of limitations. If your state has a 7 year statute than no it can not. But they will try. If statute is not up yet but close to being up then you can ignore their phone calls and mail and let it expire. If you respond it will re-age the debt. However, collection agencies will sell your debt to another collection agency when the statute of limitations on the debt is about to expire. When they do this, the time clock starts all over again and there is a new 7 year time limit. As a side note, you can always dispute this debt on your credit report. The original creditor must verify the debt and has 30 days to do so. If it has passed from collection agency to collection agency, then chances are slim that they will be able to verify the debt. This will likely come off your credit report easily. The original creditor has already written off the debt as a tax write-off. Just keep in mind that if it is sold to another agency, then it can go back on your credit report for another 7 years.
The specifics will depend on the actual jurisdiction. Typically the last contact regarding the bill from the person who owes the money will indicate the time the clock starts.
California Statutes of Limitation on Debt Collection:Written agreements: 4 years, calculated from the date of breach.Oral agreements: 2 years.The statute of limitation clock is stopped if the debtor makes a payment on the account after the expiration of the applicable limitations period. In some cases, the clock can also stop if you acknowledge ownership of a debt.
What clock on collection? (The time it is reported for on your credit report has nothing to do with how long the debt is actually owed).
The clock starts when the Ball is ready for play.
The clock starts when the ball is legally touched by a player on the floor. The shot clock does not start until the ball is controlled by a player.
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After any penelty, offensive or deffensive, it depends. If the clock would have naturally stopped, it stays stopped. Otherwise, the clock starts upon the placement of the ball.
Well you have 24 seconds to score and if the ball touches the rim, the clock starts agian from 24 seconds.
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It starts at 12 noon and continues until midnight
Hold the 'clock' button until it starts to blink, adjust the time and poke the 'clock' button to accept the time.
Martin Chasin has written: 'The Lees clock in the rare book collection'
The original creditor does not remove your information. What is should say in the notes section is that the account has been transfered or sold to a third party collection agency. This information will remain on your account until the 7 year clock expires.