Yes, the original creditor should have notified you that you had an outstanding balance. The creditor also notifies you that they will be submitting your debt to a "third party" collection agency. This is usually the final notice before your debt is sold. If you never received a notice, it is not required that the original creditor send you notice, all it is is common curiosity that they do.
Original creditors sale their accounts to collection agencies when the account has been past due and they have not effectively collected. At that time, the original creditor will charge off the balance from their accounts receivable and turn the account over to a collection agency. When the collection agency collects the debt, a portion of the amount received is paid the the collection agency and the remainder is returned to the original creditor as profit.
Yes. If a debt is defaulted on, there are several penalties that can be assesed by the collector. They can sue andmaybe received a judgment. Collecting on any judgment, however, is a different matter. Proof of payment to the original creditor would provide an affirmative defense to a lawsuit from a collection agency.
You list the creditor or collector of the last notice your received. For example if you received a collection notice from an agency for a debt from Capital One you list it in that form. XXX agency for Capital One acct.
Sundry Debtor is a person who bought goods or received service from us (Customer) Sundry Creditor is a person whom we received the goods are service (Our Vendor)
Yes, they can and it's customary for them to. The original account should have all the history, including late payments you made and the status (collection or charge off), the DLA, and date the account was opened. It should not be showing a balance due once sold or assigned to a collection agency. It may have a statement about being sold or transferred, but not always. The CA account should have the date they received, or were assigned, the account and the current balance (often with interest added in). The DLA should not have changed.
The U.S. Mint no longer maintains a collection. In 1923 the Smithsonian Institution received the collection and it is now part of their National Numismatic Collection.
If the creditor has received a judgment the time is indefinite, as most judgments are from 5-20 years in duration and can be renewed. If a creditor perfects a judgment as a lien against real property, then the debt is considered permanent until paid or settled.
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Private Collection - 1972 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
"debtors" can never repo cars, LENDERS can, even after you make 'arrangements". As long as you are in "default", they can repo.
Well then technically you were not severed if you never received them ...
The Invisible Collection - 2012 is rated/received certificates of: Brazil:12
A cheque which has been given to a creditor but which has not yet been received and processed by the writer's bank.
Europe Collection - 2013 V is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:ATP
WWE Vintage Collection - 2008 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
First, collection agencies do not typically buy debts. They recover them under contract for the original creditor. Second, regardless of your ability or lack of to pay, the debt is still owed. By law, the creditor need not accept anything less than the amount owed or balance in full. Third, keep all records of payments made to all creditors including mortgage and utilities and basic living needs, plus all income received, and when you receive the service to appear in court, show up and present this all to the judge. He will not likely forgive the debt, but he will order payment arrangements based on what you bring, especially if you have in writing any refusal to accept payments, and this will reflect poorly on the original creditor.
If the monthly statement is not received, you still need to send in your payment. If you do not have the address, you need to call your creditor to see where the payment should be mailed to.
By the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, the creditor may collect for ten years from the date of judgment or last payment, which ever is latest. That means if you received service (bought something) on 1 January 2010, failed to pay on it, and the creditor obtained the judgment on 1 December 2010, they may continue collection, garnishment, until 1 December 2020, provided they received nothing each time they attempted garnishment. If they received as little as one cent, the time resets each time they receive payment. Your best course of action is to pay the balance in full as soon as possible.
My Collection Obsession - 2011 TV is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-PG
The Barnes Collection - 2012 TV is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-PG
The Larry Sanders Show - 1992 Putting the 'Gay' Back in Litigation 6-10 is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-MA
Creditors update credit reports on their schedule, some update every month, others update every other or every third month. If you are in a hurry, contact the credit bureaus and have them contact the creditor themselves. You can sue a creditor, but you have to try contacting the creditor first (via mail), then file a complaint with the FTC, then contact the credit bureaus. If the account still hasn't been updated, you can go ahead and sue the creditor.
The Atari Collection 2 - 1997 VG is rated/received certificates of: USA:E
Rockman Anniversary Collection - 2004 VG is rated/received certificates of: USA:E