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  1. I have an old debt - 6-7 years old, I never paid on it that I can recall. Daniel N. Gordon, P.C. office is now contacting me about this debt. Started with Care credit (medical bill) then to Midland Then GE Money, now Daniel N. Gordon, P.C. . Before I started reading all about debt and how best to manage and educate myself, I made a payment to them on this old debt, starting to wonder if that was a bad idea. Now I am not sure how to handle it as I made payment arrangements. The debt is 3 times what it was when i first obtained it and I have read this office like to sue a lot. 1. I do not know how to tell how old the account is (not the date it was opened but what date do I go by for the SOL? 2. Should I continue to make payment arrangements and payments? 3. Is it worth settling on? 4. Can I get it removed from credit if it was opened 7 years ago? 5. Can and will they sue me for this bill? Balance is now almost 4,000; original bil was for 1100 ish Love any tips, info or advice~
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