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Registered: ‎07-02-2009
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WRITE OF FAX?

I am ready to pay off a judgement that I have owed for some time now.  I dont have the whole amount or an amount to settle with, but i do want to start making some payments to get it out of my hair.  Should I fax a letter or write a letter?  Its still with the original atty that filed, so i know it didnt exchange hands with anyone.  my student loans will be kicking in soon and dont need the additional stress...

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Re: WRITE OF FAX?

I haven't had to deal with an attorney.  But I've just started dealing with collection agencies and I fax and send letters.  I use a fax system that is entirely through email and its cheaper for me.  Plus, it isn't connected to my phone line and I never have to speak to them. 

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Re: WRITE OF FAX?

what companie do you use for your efax?

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