There is a 6 year statute of limitations in WA and this debt is considered "time barred," and you need to send them a letter informing them that the company was properly wound up and dissolved and that their claims are beyond the 6 year statute of limitations in WA and as such their continuing to contact you or pursue you over this time barred debt which you do not owe and it will be harassment under the Fair Debt Collection Practices
and you will sue them for violations of that Act for up to $1000 per violation plus attorney's fees as provided by the Act.
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