Ideas shared by the Community Debt Validation by Anonymous on 01 Nov, 2012 Debt Validation Sample Letter to request for validation of debt by Anonymous on 01 Nov, 2012 http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com/letters/sample6.html by Anonymous on 12 Aug, 2012 Debt Validation Sample Letter to request for validation of debt by Anonymous on 12 Aug, 2012 testing.... by Anonymous by Anonymous on 09 Jun, 2012 testing.... by Anonymous by Anonymous on 09 Jun, 2012 testing.... by Anonymous by Anonymous on 09 Jun, 2012 testing.... by Anonymous on 22 Mar, 2012 I would request certified copies of all assignment, transfer, and sale agreements applicable to the contract in question.... This gives you an idea of whether or not they will provide this for future court action. The debt colloctor probably will not give up this information because it limits their ability to collect on the full amount of the debt and probably includes other debt that they bought at the same time. Remember plaintiff damages are limited to real or actual damages only. by Anonymous on 06 Feb, 2012 This is constructive notice that, until you validate within 30 days and absent the validation of your claim, you must cease and desist any and all collection activity and are prohibited from contacting me, through the mail, by email, by telephone, in person, at my home, or at my work. You are further prohibited from contacting, my employer, my bank, or any third party. You are further put on Notice that all phone calls will be recorded any thing you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. Further, absent such validation of your claim, you are prohibited from filing any notice of lien and/or levy and are also barred from reporting any derogatory information to any Credit Reporting Agency, regarding this disputed purported debt. by Anonymous on 06 Feb, 2012 " Agreement with your client that authorizes you to collect on this alleged debt."
The debtor is not entitled to this information.....nowhere in the FDCPA is this required to be provided. You are not party to this contract. by SOAPLADY on 28 Jun, 2011 this is awsome by Anonymous on 25 Apr, 2011 debt free from debt burden? by Anonymous on 07 Apr, 2011