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CACH, LLC is Suing Me for a Debt That is 11 Years Old. – Sharon

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“Dear Steve, Old debt…MBNA…six companies want me to pay them (different collection agencies)…1998 CACH, LLC has court date for me Sept. 15th…I have a box of proof of what I tried to do…but I am scared to death of going into court… What do I do…for 11 years this has made grow older faster because of lack of sleep, stress…Help ... Read More »

Do I Still Owe This Debt? – Celeste

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Celeste “Dear Steve, I have a collection agency trying to sue me for a debt that I accrued over 4 years ago. I would like to know if I still have to pay them even though they have not sent me any paper work showing validation of the debt, statute of limitations and if they are the original credit, which ... Read More »

Statute of Limitations Talk at FTC. Tricks of Collecting on Out of SOL Debt Described.

On December 4, 2009 the Federal Trade Commission held a roundtable discussion, actually it was more of a big U) about protecting the consumer in debt collection litigation and arbitration. As they said, “These events examine consumer protection issues in debt collection proceedings against consumers.” If you are the least bit sleepy I don’t recommend that you try to wade ... Read More »

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