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Hi, I received a "Pre-Legal Notification" letter from Midland for a Synchrony debt of $6,270.26. I've seen a lot helpful information in these forums but as my state is North Carolina I thought it might be helpful to get state specific responses. After reviewing the letter and the information I've found on this site my tentative plan is as follows: 1. I'm within 30 days of receiving this letter so the first step I was wanting to take was request for Debt Validation. I'm not sure if that means they show I am who they think I am AND that the debt is valid. Otherwise, I'm thinking t
I heard that North Carolina prohibits debt collectors from using the tolling provision to stop or pause the statute of limitations on personal credit card debt. In other words, the statute of limitations runs as if I never left the state of NC (I left the country for some time). Is this true, false or partly true? Please elaborate.
I'm attempting to clean up my debt rather than declare Bk, and I recently pulled my credit report and found an that a CA is reporting an old debt as current almost monthly. The date of my last payment was in 1/2010. The debt originated at a sporting goods store in Montana where I applied for a credit card. I was in Montana on a temporary work assignment, but lived in Arizona. I have since moved to North Carolina. The SOL in each state is as follows: Arizona (Where I lived at the time I got the card): 6 years (Changed in 2011), but was 3 when I entered into the contract (2009), as well as w
A sheriff hand-delivered a civil summons today based on an alleged debt that originated with HSBC. The last payment made to HSBC was such that the SOL cannot be used as a defense. The docs state that I owe $1,775, plus interest at the "legal rate of 8% annum..." Edit: HSBC sold the alleged debt to PRA, while Redline Recovery is simply a debt collector. Obviously, HSBC owned the debt while Recovery was trying to secure a settlement. Therefore, the following paragraph is of no significance to my case. Here's a fact that may or may not apply (see item 16 below)--again, the debt originated wit