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  1. Hello all, In kind of a weird situation. I'm not sure how to proceed. I, or rather, my parents (I moved out of their house 1.5 years ago) received a letter from an attorney stating that I hadn't made "satisfactory arrangements" with a radiology group over a ~$29 account and that I had 30 days to dispute this debt's validity or they would consider it valid. It's getting close to 30 days now, and I'm not sure if I should sent a debt validation letter to them, the radiology group, or do something else. This is the first time I've ever heard of this "debt," and I (nor my parents) have
  2. I was wondering if anyone here had used an attorney to assist with their credit cleanup. I know there is nothing special an attorney could do that we couldn't do for ourselves (sans whatever weight is given to letters coming from an attorney vs individuals) and I certainly have been handling everything myself, with much satisfaction. I ask because effective 9/1 we will have a new benefits plan at work, and included for $4.00 per week is 100% coverage for lawyers for a pretty nice list of items. Credit issues being one of them. I elected the coverage as I want to do my will and a few other
  3. I'll be on Chris Molinari's show "Molinari Newswire" http://www.blogtalkradio.com/buildingfortunes/2014/06/11/molinari-news-wire We're going to be talking some of the latest developments in fighting debt.
  4. I have been a lurker on here since 05/06. I learned about the *B* method and used True Credit back in 2007. I was banned along with many others, however, it's been 7 years and Transunion is blocking access to my credit information. I didn't sweat it much because I used other products and was able to login on Transunion.com. Well after all these years, this month, they blocked my access to that too and changed the secret question and my password so I couldn't get a new password. I called in and they of course brought up the TrueCredit account which is totally separate from the Transunion lo
  5. Can a person talk on behalf of another person, to a Collection Agency over the phone, if they have a notarized Power of Attorney? I know only a lawyer can do such things in court, but can anyone with a POA deal on behalf of someone over the phone?
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