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A payment plan with a debt collector is an agreement where you pay off your debt in installments over a period of time rather than in a single lump sum.
If a debt collector refuses your payment, it might be because the payment is insufficient or they want a lump sum. Document all interactions and consider getting legal advice to protect your rights.
Debt verification is a process where a debtor can request a debt collector to prove that the debt is legitimate and accurate. This is often done through a written request.
After bankruptcy, most personal debts are discharged, and collectors cannot pursue them. However, certain types of debts like student loans and tax debts may not be discharged.
Yes, you can negotiate a settlement offer with a debt collector. It involves paying a lump sum that's less than the full debt. If they accept, ensure you get it in writing.
Yes, you can request a debt collector to only communicate with your attorney. Once they receive this request, they are legally obligated to respect it.
A debt collector can visit you at home, but there are strict rules they must follow. They can't harass you or visit at inconvenient times, and you can request them to stop.
After death, debt is usually paid out of the deceased person's estate. If the estate can't cover it, the debt may be wiped out, but it depends on the type of debt and local laws.
A collection agency's role in medical debt is to collect payments from patients who have unpaid bills. They may do this directly or buy the debt from the healthcare provider.
Yes, a debt collector can collect student loan debt. If a student loan is in default, it might be sent to a collection agency.