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When Old Creditors File or Threaten a Lawsuit

Consult with an attorney who practices in the area of bankruptcy and consumer law. It is possible that the debt is too old to collect on, particularly if the Plaintiff who filed suit is a debt buyer such as Midland Funding, Portfolio Associates, Calvary SPV ( or any number ...

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