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Third party contacts are also permitted if the contacts are solely for the purpose of locating you. Do not reveal in any way the contact's underlying purpose. 2. Communicating with you at unusual or inconvenient times or places. The times 8:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. (In the time zone where you live) are generally considered convenient. 5. Contacting you when you write a letter asking the collector to cease communications. The collector is allowed to acknowledge the letter. To notify you about actions the creditor or collector may take. 6. Using obscene, derogatory or insulting remarks. 7. Publishing your name. 8. Telephoning repeatedly and frequently. 9. Telephoning without disclosing the collector's identity. 10. Making communications that intimidate, harass or abuse you, such as a threat to conduct a neighborhood investigation of you, or telling you that you should not have children if you cannot afford them. 11. Making false, misleading or deceptive representations in collecting debts, such as pretending that letters carry legal authority.
It's also important to review your debt priorities before you start negotiations. If you don't have the cash to make a realistic lump-sum offer or to propose a payment plan, don't even talk to the collector-you might make promises you can't keep or give the agency more information than it already has. Or, worse, you could say something that turns an old time-barred debt into a brand-new debt. What Are Some Options for Debt Settlement? Here are some of your options when you negotiate with a collector on an unsecured debt. If you decide to offer a lump sum to pay off the debt for less than you owe, understand that no general rule applies to all collection agencies. Some want 75%-80% of what you owe. Others will take 50%, while others might settle for one-third or less. Proposing a lump-sum settlement is generally the best option-and the one most collectors will readily agree to-if you can afford it. A collection agency will have more incentive to settle with you if you can pay all at once. If you owe $500 and suggest paying $300 on the spot to settle the matter, the agency can take its fee, pay the balance to the original creditor (who treats the amount you don't pay as a business loss), and close its books.
If you say you can pay the debt in monthly installments, the agency has little incentive to compromise for less than the full amount. It still has to chase you for payment, and it knows from experience that many people stop paying after a month or two. Before a collection agency will consider accepting monthly installments, it might have you fill out asset, income, and expense statements. You could be giving the collection agency more information about you than it previously had, like where you currently work and bank, and that might not be to your advantage. Don't lie. You might be signing these forms under penalty of perjury. It's unlikely that you would ever be prosecuted for lying on the forms, but if the creditor later sues over the debt, lies can only hurt your case. If you reach an agreement with the collector, get a written confirmation. For help in crafting a payment plan offer, get Nolo's eForm Offer to Pay Debt in Installments. Should I Hire a Lawyer to Help With Negotiating My Debts? If you need help settling your debts, a lawyer can do the negotiating for you.
Verification that the debt hasnвЂ™t been paid already - review all payments to ensure that the debt hasnвЂ™t been satisfied and is still valid. Verification that the debt actually exists - old debts with no documentation may вЂњresurfaceвЂќ so itвЂ™s important to make the debt collector prove the debt is real. Having this information verified prevents a business from paying a debt they do not owe, and it can save a business a lot of time, energy, and money by eliminating the need for a costly attorney or court case. The easiest way to deal with a court summons from a debt collector is to avoid one in the first place. A few things can be done to help prevent a business from receiving a court summons. The first is to maintain open communication with the debt collector. The second is to verify the legitimacy of the debt. A debt collector will typically contact a business before sending a court summons, so take that opportunity to get all of the information possible about the potential debt and then verify against business records. Finally, open up disputes for any debts that do not seem valid, whether the company information doesnвЂ™t match, the amounts donвЂ™t match, or the dates donвЂ™t add up. This will help prevent unnecessary court summons.
If using an attorney, notify them as soon as possible to avoid any delays in responding to the summons. Court summons from debt collectors can be overwhelming, and not knowing what to do with one is intimidating, to say the least. Read through these frequently asked questions for answers to the complex questions people ask about court summons. How Can a Business Find Out if They Have a Court Summons? Because of the nature of civil lawsuits and small claims courts, most court summonses are delivered in person by the local sheriff or a court-appointed representative. If a business is concerned there may be a court summons for them, the only way to find out is to contact the court. A few counties may offer online search services, but they are few and far between.