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  1. Clydesmom, I have received proof that the payment made in November 2014 was PAID IN FULL and that RW Financial should not be contacting me for this account. Should I send the email with an attached copy of the statement saying the account was paid in full? Do I have a case against RW Financial? Should I contact someone to let them know they are trying to collect on debts that have been settled? Thanks again for your help.
  2. Clydesmom, Thank you for clearing some things up for me. I will not be sending the copy and pasted letter and will be verifying with my bank and the company that I paid about the debt. I am sure that it was a payment in full and this debt was settled. Thank you again.
  3. Hello. I have an old debt with Kay Jewelers (credit card account). November 2014 was contacted about debt (and not knowing what I know now) paid the debt and thought it was over. Never received any confirmation of the debt or that I paid it. The only proof is the amount on my back statement. Fast forward to August, I begin receiving calls about the debt mentioned above from a company called RW Financial. They state that they own the debt and that I must pay, or they will take me to court for the amount. I began by calling Kay and following the companies that bought the debt till I learned that this debt has passed the statute of limitations and that the clock started 7/9/11. How do I get rid of this company and avoid going to court? I would like them to stop harassing me. I found this letter in the information on this site and wondered if it would help to send to RW Financial. "Date Your Name Your Address City, State Zip Collection Agency Collection Agency Address City, State Zip Re: Acct # XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX To Whom It May Concern: I am continually being called on the telephone by your firm over an alleged (fill in the amount) debt. According to the information given to us by your firm, the date of last activity by the original creditor was (date). The State of Limitations on this alleged debt, even should it be ours, is X years in the state of (your state). Since the debt is out of the statute of limitations, and you are reporting this on my credit report, you are conducting collection activities on zombie debt. I'm sure you are aware of the provisions in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). However, I would like to point out that your firm has violated provisions of the FDCPA by implying that the legal status of the debt is collectible by reporting the alleged debt to the credit bureaus. The exact statute: [15 USC 1692e] (2) The false representation of -- (A) the legal status of the alleged debt and ( any services rendered or compensation that may be lawfully received by any debt collector for the collection of a debt. I am also doubtful that you would have adequate documentation to prove in court that you have the right to report this negative information on my credit report, and, therefore, you are in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act as well as the FDCPA. However, I will give you the chance to prove that you are lawfully entitled to report this information by requesting an investigation. Under the FDCPA, I am also invoking my right to ask you to stop contacting me unless you can provide adequate validation of this alleged debt or notification that you are ceasing collections activities. Please remove this account immediately from my credit report or I will have to take legal remedies which may include lawsuits and notifying our state attorney general's office. In addition, I'm sure your legal staff will agree that non-compliance with this request could put your company in serious legal trouble with the FTC and other state or federal agencies. Under the FCRA and the FDCPA, each violation is subject to a $1,000 fine, payable to me. Sincerely, Your Signature" Thanks for all of your help.