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DV for older debt

I have ignored all mail from collectors. Is it going to be fruitless to DV them since it is probably beyond the 30 day time limit since they sent me the first letter?
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Re: DV for older debt

I would attempt a DV anyhow.
 
What state are you in? If Texas, you are allowed to DV at anytime.
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Re: DV for older debt

State of SC. It seems so much easier to just let them all age off over the next 5 years.
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