Date Received: 2017-07-15T00:00:00

Product: Other debt

Issue: Attempts to collect debt not owed

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: XX/XX/XXXX , I owed XXXX XXXX for a credit line of {$1400.00}. By XX/XX/XXXX , I paid the amount off in full as my last payment was {$250.00}. After making all payments, The XXXX XXXX sold account number XXXX to Midland Credit Management, Inc XXXX . XX/XX/XXXX , XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX obtained a judgment against me in XXXX County, Kansas court XXXX . During that time, I made additional payments by check not aware this was regarding my XXXX XXXX Account ending in XXXX . XX/XX/XXXX , I sold my home and the {$2300.00} judgement was held back fr om my profit of sale. I found out recently in the process of searching through old paperwork and notice I ‘ve been scammed. I over paid Midland as they also collected money on an account they never should had purchased from XXXX XXXX . I ‘ve been writing and requesting for the return and interest as XXXX XXXX XXXX and Midland refuse to resolve my claim.



State/Zip: KS 661XX

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A

Complaint ID: 2575591

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