I got a letter from Mitchell N. Kay today on a $300 debt. I had sent Plaza a letter requesting proof they owned it and never got a response, now his other business is writing me.
The part I find illegal is that the address says:
Law Offices of Mitchell N. Kay P.C.
PO Box 9123
Newton MA, 02459-9123
He is not a Massachusetts attorney and I don't think he is an attorney at all anymore. Should I send another validation letter to the New York address or should I just rip it up and ignore them? What else should I do?
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