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Question: Does it matter if the collections attorney is lying about who they represent if I know they now DO own the debt? Am I right that they own the debt? Texas resident. . I have two accounts in collections from 2013/14 when I was unemployed. I let my fear and shame rule me, so I did not talk to my creditors at the time, and have since then been at a complete loss as to how to proceed. I am now determined to get ahead of these. My finances are now back to where I can make payments. I have also applied for a Lending Club loan in order to pay all at once, but I don't think I will b
I am being sued by Portfolio Recovery in the state of Texas for $1685.58 for a JCPenney credit card. Count 1 is Breach of Contract and Count 2 is Account Stated. I was served today, March 11, 2015 in person. I called the debt collection agency and agreed to set up a payment plan as I do owe this money. I gave them my checking account info and agreed verbally to pay 20% on March 31, 2015, and then the remainder over the next fiscal year to pay the debt in full. The affidavit states that Portfolio Recovery purchased this account in August 2010. My husband is furious with me because he says
I never received a outcome of a judgment from almost a year ago. As of yesterday I found out the outcome as I have 10 days to compel Post Judgment Discovery I may have 2 days left as I never received anything in the mail til the judge sent a order to compel. I have not been given credit on money I have attorney when we had court last year I provided the receipts to the judge. Come to find out she granted the attorney his judgment $2027.92, his court cost fee $307.00, and he said he had to pay attorney fees of $709.00 that he sent his partner he works with in his office to court. From the fi