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esmer0924
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DOFD Question

DOFD was 10/2006 and CO was 12/2006 but a payment was made to the original creditor 8/10/2007.

 

When that payment was made, did the clock restart?


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guiness56
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Re: DOFD Question

Once an account is CO'd a payment is not going to change that.  It has already been written off as a bad debt.  The DoFD would remain 10/2006.

 

If you are talking about restarting the suing SOL in your state, it could have.  Look up your state statues.

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esmer0924
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Re: DOFD Question

Woohoo.  Great news.  Thank you!!

 

The State of Texas SOL is four years so I am good there :smileyhappy:


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