BudLady855

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  1. Thank you for all of your replies. My husband made this post when this first arose last year. Nothing has come up since then until now. http://www.creditinfocenter.com/community/topic/314446-student-loan-private-debt-collector/#entry1172872 I called the number given to him in this post, followed the prompts and nothing came back in my name. So I stand confused. Should I first send Pioneer a DV letter and provide a copy to my employer? With sending them a DV letter, will this halt any garnishment until they can provide proof of the debt? Any suggestions, examples for the DV letter that I shoul
  2. I have a collection agency called Pioneer Collections claiming that I have a student loan in default, I have no such loan attached to my name or SSN, they have even sent a "garnishment" letter to my employer claiming they are from the Fed Govt but when I called to find out what was going on, it was not the govt at all, just a collection agency, anyone have any advice on how to get these nuts to leave me alone? Thanks, LadyBudJr
  3. Hi, I am FireF911's wife, I received a garnishment notice at work this week and according to your advice above, I called the # above and have nothing attached to my name, ssn and birthdate. Any advice on how to dispute this with yet another collection agency? This one is Pioneer Collection Agency, they have my employer freaked out and scared that they will get fined if they do not garnish my check and I don't know quite what to do. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance, BudLady855