How To Tell a Debt-Collector Where to Go and What To Do With Themselves Once There

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Tue, May 11th, 2010 11:11 by capnasty NEWS

"RJM Acquisitions" mailed Mark a funny notice asking him to pay up $4,448.23. The address they had associated with it was indeed Mark's, 20 years ago, that is. Not only was the debt invalid, but even if it hadn't, the statute of limitations was well expired. Mark got to work and drafted a kickass letter to dispute the debt and tell them not to contact him again unless they wanted to be sued $1,000 each time. Here is his story and his letter, which can serve as a good model for any other readers fighting off invalid debt collection attempts.

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