If this is an attempt to collect a debt, any information obtained will be used for that purpose only.
Received a Notice or Served With Papers?
If you have questions about your bill or believe you do not owe the debt, let the collector know immediately. Being contacted by a debt collector or debt collection attorney can be scary, embarrassing and confusing. It may even prompt some consumers to believe that avoiding attempts to collect a debt is a solution to their situation. It is not. Putting your head in the sand and ignoring the collector is a sure way to earn yourself a day in court.
There is a better way. Talk to the debt collector to work on resolving the issue in question. It doesn’t have to be something to dread. Debt collectors and consumers have a similar agenda – resolve a legitimately owed debt or clear up any misunderstanding if the wrong person has been contacted. By working together, issues can be resolved quickly and efficiently. Give us a call today if we are trying to contact you at 801-437-4995.
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