I have a credit card placed in collections. On 8/8/13 I got a letter stating they agreed to a payment plan of $100.00 per month starting 10/15/13. I paid this on 10/15/13 again on 11/13/13. Now I am getting sued for no payment in Sept. The letter clearly stated the payment plan begins 10/15/13. Can they do this?
Debt Settlement Attorney
Unfortunately, yes. Is the actual credit card issuer suing you in General Sessions Court or is it a debt purchaser? It makes a big difference and if it is the latter, we certainly can help you.
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1 lawyer agrees
You can be sued for anything. The question is who wins. If what you say is truly what the contract says and its in writing then you have a good chance of prevailing in court but you might decide to deal with your debt situation and see a bankruptcy lawyer.
2 lawyers agree
Yes they can. As the saying goes, anyone can sue anyone for anything.
It doesn't mean that they'll win, however.
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