12-11-2012 12:41 PM
So, what do I do? A medical office has sent another dunning letter after having already received notice from the court that I'm in bk. I received a final notice in the mail last night, so i called today thinking that maybe it was sent in error since this bill was for my son instead of me. But no, the billing CSR said that all they have is a notice of creditors meeting and that they will continue to send notices and will turn it over to collections in two weeks. Um, what?
So anyway, should I send a letter to make it clear that any further efforts at collections will result in me reporting them to the bankruptcy court? Should I even bother sending them a letter, or just let the phone call stand?
12-11-2012 03:30 PM
easy.......contact your attorney and send all communication you've received to them. Let them handle it, that's why you pay them.
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