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Oh yeah if it's beyond the state's SOL, then accept nothing less than a PFD, nothing less. and also let them know that you know it's beyond SOL, otherwise they get nothing.
rjchango wrote:**bleep**, I guess I was scammed. Well, even though it is past the SOL, like I said, I want to pay it because it is my debt. I have the money so that isn't the question, it will give me some piece of mind. However, I guess will have to see the agreement tomorrow and if it is not a total deletion then tell him no go. Just to be certain, I need to ask not just for a paid in full but for a total deletion right? I guess i mistakenly thought a paid in full would help. Thanks you guys for all the advice.
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