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OC agreement question


octupus3503
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Ok, I'm working on an agreement with the OC which is a credit card, and I may have messed it up. This was before I found this board, unfortunately.

I agreed to pay the "original debt amount minus the fees and additions" and they agreed to "forgive the remaining balance (their fees and additions)"

I have this in writing as of this writing and I've paid what I agreed to pay and they are showing zero balance. NOW,

can they ever sue me for the balance or sell the balance if they agree to forgive the remainder????

I am not well, have tons of medical debt, and just can't pay more right now. I fear I made a mistake and they'll sue me for the balance or sell the rest and I'll be hounded forever.

PLease advise.

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Never say never, but it isn't likely and certainly not something worth losing sleep over. Just don't misplace the paperwork you have regarding the agreement. If, by chance, the "forgiven" debt shows up again, your original agreement is just as binding on the new "owner" as it was with the original creditor.

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