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Under the FCRA (fair Credit Reporting Act) If a Creditor or collection agency cannot verify a debt they are not allowed to collect, contact you or report it. Violation of this act is a $1000 fine. There's no way for a collection agency to prove that you owe them money because there is only an assignment of debt and not a contract between you and the creditor. One loophole, if you signed an agreement wording "debtor agrees to be responsible for payment of this debt to creditor or it's assigns" then you will be responsible for paying it. A computer generated printout of debt is not enough for Proof of Debt Owed.

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Q: What should you do about a debt that was charged off over 10 years ago and removed from your credit report but has now reappeared because it was bought by a new collection agency?
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