FEMA recoupment has allowed treasury to collect a debt I was unaware of from Katrina storm. 10 years ago They have terminated supposed the debt I found out through congress senator John Cornyn office I contacted for inquury. They are giving me the run a rounds. I have my official document of the response to senators....
This question isn't really clear, but I'd say you need to contact an attorney and sit down with them and let them review your documents to determine what the status of this debt is, and whether or not it is forgiven.
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I agree with Mr. Russell. The best way to handle this matter is to sit down with an attorney in your area to review and discuss the matter.
Not sure what you are asking. If you have a debt that should have been paid, then I'd contact the gov't organization that you think should have paid it.
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