I am being sued by Midland through Eaton Group for a Dell account. It shows a the sum of $1763.04 with additional interest from March 2, 2009 until judgement and 4% from date of judgement and attorneys fees of 25% of priciple & interest. My question is Dell contacted me in early June of 2010 and I agreed to a payment plan of $110.19 per month. They collected this amount from June 2010 until Jan 2011. The Feb draft was returned by my bank and I never heard again from them until Midland sent something to collect. I asked them to send me something from Dell stating they assigned the debt to them and also something showing payments and balance owed. I did not receive anything from them, the next thing I got was a letter from Eaton Group. and it stated the same amount as Midland. I think the $881.52 I pd to Dell from June 2010 to Jan 2011 was not deducted and I do not want to pay that again.
Any direction to clarify would be deeply appreciated.
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