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"...Is this safe to do without getting sued?"

Not if the debt is substantial and within SOL. It's especially risky if you include a C&D in your letter, like a lot of ppl who copy "form" letters. Sending a C&D leaves a CA with two choices, sue or ignore the debt. If the balance is close to $1000 or greater, that is an easy decision to make.

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And the real question here is that if this is a debt that is truly yours and that the creditor or CA has the proper documentation to sue you with it.

Credit repair is not magic. It doesn't make things disappear. These techniques and tricks help stop things from getting reported but it doesn't make facts go away.

If these people do have the proper documentation and are within the SOL and if it is an amount worth fighting for, then they may very well try to collect by way of a summons.

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