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bmblbg
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CA- License "Inactive"

So I looked up Portfolio Recovery in my home state of New Mexico.  The NM Regulation & Licensing Department shows their license as inactive, having expired in 2004.  Is this something that I can use to my advantage in my dispute process?  Or- is it just useless information? 

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Re: CA- License "Inactive"

I don't see that coming into play in a dispute, maybe if they were threatening to sue you it would make a difference.


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Re: CA- License "Inactive"

Ditto...because a licensing issue is a state matter. Reporting is a federal matter. You could put pressure via your state's AG to compel them to go away though.

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Re: CA- License "Inactive"

I would think they can still report but I don't think they could pursue collecting from you by either calling or writing letters...


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