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I just received a letter from Suttell, Hammer, and White. It reads: Re: Creditor: Bank of America, N.A. Consumer: (Me) Balance Owed: (dollar ammount) Previous Acct. # xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Account # xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx SHW Reference no. xxxxxxxxxx Bank of America, N.A. has referred the above account to our offices for collection. if you fail to dispute the debt or any portion thereof within 30 day after your receipt of this letter we will assume the debt is valid. if you notify this office in writing within 30 days after your receipt of this letter that the debt or any portion thereof is disputed, our offices will obtain verification of the debt or a copy of a judgment, if any, and mail such verification or judgment to you. Upon your written request within the same 30 day period stated above, we will provide you the name and address of the original creditor if different from the current creditor. This communication is from a debt collector. We are attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Please contact our offices if you have any issues and/or comments. Sincerely, Suttell, Hammer & White I am looking for advice on how to proceed with this. I do not have the funds to take care of this. Do I need to dispute this? Thank you.
I need some advice. I was sued by Cavalry SPV I LLC represented by Suttell Hammer and White from Bellevue, WA. I called Suttell Hammer and White and agreed on a debt settlement amount. I sent them a debt settlement agreement letter but according to Suttell Hammer and White account manager that they don't sign consumer letters because it's not in their policy to sign them. I received their offer letter but my question is, is it enough to satisfy the settlement and withdraw the current lawsuit and future lawsuits against me?