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Registered: ‎04-04-2011
Re: Collection Notice from Time Warner



The debt collection notice is the FIRST attempt by Time Warner to notify me of this amount due for unreturned equipment.  I never received a single phone call, email, or the like from Time Warner.  I only received the collection notice dated June 25, 2012 from North Shore, their in-house collection agency.  It offends me enough as it is that they didn't even bother contacting me about this amount prior to giving it to their collection agency.  So are you saying even though nothing has been reported yet that they can still report even after I pay off the balance?  This seems highly unethical to me.  Can they really get away with this?  Is sueing my only option if they decide to report after I pay?  Can't i dispute with the CRBs if I have an email confirmation from them that nothing will be reported?

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