Old creditor calling

October 27th, 2008 by Questions

My husband and I filed in October 1999, dishcharged in July 2000. Recently, an old bill that was listed with our creditors has had a collection agency calling me. It is my name on the bill. After moving, I misplaced our records, and had to get copies. I have faxed my records at the request of the collection agency TWICE in the past two months, yet they continue to call. I have also given them the name, phone number, fax number, mailing address and email address of our trustee each time they call. I have told them to contact the trustee in regards to the bill.

What exactly do I have to say to them to get them off my back?

Posted from: Nova Scotia


One Response to “Old creditor calling”

, A licensed trustee said:

If you’ve sent it through to them twice already then it is probably time to hire a lawyer to send them a letter. If after the first lawyer’s letter they still persist you lawyer may initiate court action and hold the collection agency repsonsible for their bill…

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