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Re: alot of my debts are showing recent payment I never paid what should I do?

Sorry now get what SOL is. For SBC I am out of it now, but DTE I am not, HOWEVER I have never made a payment for what I owe to DTE to Assest Acceptance, but on my report it says that my last payment was May 2006. I have never ever paid this. Also my account with DTE that I owe goes back to 2002 and my last payment being in that year as well. So I am not sure where they are getting any of this from. Also doesnt SBC no longer exist. I thought once a business was gone they couldnt collect anymore? TY
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Registered: ‎06-20-2007
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Re: alot of my debts are showing recent payment I never paid what should I do?

Asset acceptace did the same thing to me...thats a way for them to try and reset the date. I have them in dispute at the moment.
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Re: alot of my debts are showing recent payment I never paid what should I do?

They contacted me about a debt I paid(settled) with the OC a year before. I have the check and a receipt. It was a Dept. store and I paid at the store...They are crooked!
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