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How do I find out all of my debt, in collections and past due? related questions

  • 1How do I find out all of my debt, in collections and past due?

    I'm going thru a divorce &learning of thousands of dollars in collection &more that are delinquent &on there way to a collection. Yesterday I learned of a credit card company that will settle for a % of the debt. I contacted this company &informed them that I have never applied for a credit card in my life. They had all of the personal info on me needed to apply for a credit card. I have a feeling that my soon to be ex applied for &received a card in my name. They informed me to go to the police dept. &fill out a fraud/identity theft form. Is this the correct action to take? I had trusted that my ex was taking care of our finances but apparently she wasn't. I will probably have to file bankruptcy. Should I do this after our divorce is final and the debts are divided or file together with my ex, before the divorce is final? I obviously want to know ALL of my debt that is out there. How do I go about finding this out? SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 2I have a medical debt that is in Collections.... How much should i offer to pay to setttle the debt?

    I owe 1,300. I have never paid one cent or attempted to make a payment plan. This debt is over 7 yrs old,....Does anyone have any advise on what i should do?

  • 3Would any one tell me where I can find a list of listed companies who declared bankruptcy in the past 3 years?

  • 4If I know I cannot pay off my collections debt in 3 years, is it worth it to pay anything at all?

    I have a few smaller collections debts ($100-$600) from various companies. I had planned on paying them all off next week in one big swoop. However, recently a college debt has left the college and been sold to a collection agency. Now that it is owned by the collection agency, it is due in full instead of payments, and on my credit report it will show a "Non-Payment" $17,000 debt. So the question is, if I know I cannot pay $17,000 dollars in 3 years, should I even pay any of them. In 3 years they will fall off my credit report, and if I pay them early, I will still have a huge $17,000 debt. Can I have something on my credit report saying I am making On TIme payments to a collections agency? Or is it paid in full or nothing? P.S.- I understand that it is my debt and I need to pay it, while I appreciate the moral advice, I do not need for someone to tell me it again. If you do not have advice on the question I have, please refrain from demeaning, negative, or otherwise unhelpful comments about how I should pay my debts. Thank you. (I'm not trying to be rude, but I see people attack others on here instead of answering their questions.)

  • 5Credit card debt, collections?

    My husband and I built a house and end up going for our allowance 80,000. We're not sure what to do . I can only pay 600 a month to the creditors . How I can get the finance charges stop. I have 14 cards . We thought about selling our house as a last resort. We do not want to declare bankruptcy . Please any advice would be appreciated ! 600 a month is not enough to pay even the minimum .

  • 6What happens if you dont pay a debt collector any money and you are in collections?

    What if you do not pay a debt collector money and is in collections ?

  • 7Collections agency collecting debt for company that no longer exists.?

    My wife had a debt with a hospital that has closed and filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy . We have a collection agency trying to collect a debt from this bill . There is a phone number that appears on your credit report and the PO Box provided is not valid and the account continues to rise with interest . We have never received anything from this agency in the mail . We filed a dispute with Experian and returned as refused , but does not include any details . I will try to call the agency tomorrow from the number on the BBB site for information , because I do not think this was originally sent to insurance, causing a high bill . What steps do you take to resolve this?

  • 8I have a medical debt that has been sold to a collections agency. Can I offer them half as a payoff?

    Someone told me the agencies normally buy these accounts for a fraction of the amount due, then collect what they can, sometimes accepting half as a payoff amount. If I had had the money, I would have paid it off originally, but right now I'm not even making it paycheck to paycheck and the collections agency will not set up monthly automatic withdrawals or anything other than the full amount. Any suggestions? I'm not debating I owe the money, just can not pay it at this time.

  • 9Where can I find a debt consolidation that is not a scam?

    Im 23 and I have major debt from mostly medical treatments from the past 5 years. I wanted to know if there are any legitimate programs out there for people in 30,000 worth of debt?

  • 10How can I find a good debt counselor in my area?

    My wife and I are really struggling with credit card debt and two car payments . We are falling behind more and more . One of our friends suggested we go to a debt counselor to try to reduce monthly payments and make some of our accounts . Where I can find a debt counselor local settlement in my area ?

  • 11Would you let it go to collections?

    An unsecured loan . The company has offered to take 50 % off in the beginning, spread the payments over 10 years with interest at 8 % . Or , let it go to collections to see if we can get a better deal? Credit is already shot . Any takers ?

  • 12Pay off collections or let them fall off?

    I have some questions about credit reports and how to handle certain imperfections . The first situation is that I have two collection accounts with a combined total of $ 602. One of them is 07 and the other of 08. Should I go ahead and pay these off ? Should I send a letter of debt validation ? Or should I ignore them ? My husband and I wanted to buy a house next summer and I want my credit score up as much as possible , but I heard that the payment of debts can actually damage your credit because the