Have a local lawyer negotiate the amount down, and get you on a payment plan that you can live with.Ask a similar question
Immediately send an objection letter to the collection company disputing the claimed amount. Demand they send you all documents and information that they believe forms the basis of the claim. Then follow through with the negotiations as stated above. If you don't send the letter within 30 days you will compromise your rights. Best of luck.
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You need to negotiate a payment plan that you can afford.
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Immediately contact a local attorney to respond to file the required response. Time is of the essence. Call a lawyer in your area now.
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