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Collection Law Re: Businesses?


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We had a business bill that was in dispute with a vendor. It was ultimately resolved and paid, however around the same time we paid the vendor directly, their accounting department had handed it over to a CA. Facts are as follows:

 

1. Paid the original vendor directly at same time collection was handed over. We have a receipt from the original vendor.

2. The collection now shows up on Experian Business with a status of "paid in full" and a "close date" of 3 weeks after the date of out payment receipt, and lists the name of the CA (who we did not pay) rather than the vendor.

 

Are there any governing laws here that will help me get this removed when I contest it with Experian?

 

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