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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by fireclan, Aug 13, 2003.
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Talking to collectors on the phone in general is a bad idea. Typically they record their conversations, so most likely they have you on tape somewhere admitting that the debt is yours. Depending on what you said you could always claim that you were mistaken and you thought they were talking about a different debt with a different company and in actuality you don't believe this debt is yours. But like I said, that may or may not fly if you said too much. At this point I would stop talking to them on the phone... either get caller id and don't take their calls or hang up when you realize it's them. Send a cease and desist letter and request validation. You might have a hard time getting validation from them because they'll claim that you already admitted the debt is yours, but I believe that they are still required to provide it if requested.
Send a cease and desist letter and request validation.
It may entice them to sue.
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Don't send a total cease and desist. Send a letter saying that you want to be contacted only in writing, no phone calls. If you do a total cease and desist, the only option they have is to sue you. The cease and desist doesn't protect you from that.
1*I had agreed was mine, because it is,
2*P*SS POOR ATTITUDE,
3*so the last time I spoke to the collector,
1*This is what I call the screw yourself 7 year plan.
2*Normal CA mind set
3*Why are you lettin em screw you on the phone?
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