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I just got served on Saturday - for a BOFA credit card with $30,000 charge-off. As far as I remember, I got this credit card as a "secured credit card" by putting a $500 deposit to use, back in 2008. I can't remember clearly but I believe I applied for it at a bank branch - since you have to put in deposit - Not sure if I signed anything or not, it's been years. After 10 months or so, they refunded my deposit and turned this card into unsecured card. Fast forward years, my limit kept increasing and eventually it was $27.5K. I defaulted, it got charged off with $30K and now the lawsu
Happy Thanksgiving to All! I am being pursued for a lawsuit against Mandarich Law on behalf of Cach, LLC. The suit is for just over $1,000.00 dollars. The debt stems from years ago. I belive i do fall within the statute of limitations as it looks like in Feb. 2016, is the 6 year mark (i believe the SOL is 6 years here in Oregon) I'm looking for all of your input from experiences as i need as much guidence and help as possible. I've reached out to @Mrj9182 and have been met with great kindness and offerings of heroism to which I'm so thankful for! ANY of you folks who are willing to chi
I opened my mail box today morning and found a 1099 B of A. It has last years date on it with a not saying cancellation of Debt. How do I go about question the authenticity of this debt? Do I send them a DV letter asking them to prove that this was my debt? I have already disputed the debt with the Experian and I came back “validated” but I have received any collection letter of phone calls from the OC nor have I and JDB contact me. Whats your advice? Can anyone refer me to where I can find some helpful information? Thanks
Long article, and its from 2012 I know, but still worth reading. American Banker article - Bank of America Sold Card Debts to Collectors Despite Faulty Records by JEFF HORWITZMAR 29, 2012 6:31pm ET Bank of America has sold collections agencies rights to sue over credit card debts that it has privately noted were potentially inaccurate or already repaid. In a series of 2009 and 2010 transactions, Bank of America sold credit card receivables to an outfit called CACH LLC, based in Denver. Co. Each month CACH bought debts with a face value of as much as $65 million for 1.8 cents on the doll