I filed bankruptcy late last year and my bankruptcy was finalized in Mar 2012 and the Company that Midland is representing is STILL sending me letters of payment due. The company I owed money to was included in the bankruptcy and the debt was cleared. The bankruptcy attorney had contacted every company that I declared bankruptcy over and Midland is the only company that is still harassing me. Can I sue them for harassment or what are my options to stop this once and for all.
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