I have things from when i was younger that were charged off and sold again and again. I was talking to my step father about it and he said that i should dispute some of it as they may not even have the the right to collect the debt or the prrof needed to do so. As some of it i was lookig at on my reprts i never got a phone call or a letter stating there was a new holder of the account. Should i dispute things to verify the validity of it?
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