My daughter and I have dispute of monthly charges and initiation of service dates with AT&T. Our conversations with AT&T representatives regarding erroneous charges on my bills have not been resolve yet. We thought we did! According my records we agreed to pay $481.39 to settle the account. In the mail, we received periodically bills from AT&T charging different increments: $723.08, $741, $801 etc. This account should not be in collections. I am not sure what I supposed to pay or where I suppose to send the monies. I received a collections letter yesterday, Feb 25, 2013, charging me $1,446.55 ( AT&T $1,225.89 and AT&T Fee $220.66). I am disabled and on fixed income. Now my daughter credit is ruin! I do not know what to do. Please advise. Thank you for your assistance.
If you face debt collection you may choose to fight it and defend against garnishment. You may also seek debt settlement as a way to negotiate with creditors.
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