So I already agreed to 25/month, but i need to call back for a written contract and the details. It is 1180. the problem is, i want to do a lump sum, but what argument can I use, provided that I have already said I could do $25/month. I have other debt of course.
i know for a fact that this agency does not partner with outside attorneys, since they accidentally sent a letter back to the dentist, with a cc to me, saying they are giving the account back to them since I could not pay. they asked the dentist that they could follow up with their attorney for legal action and to let them know if that is the case. does this change anything?
typically, how low can i go with a chance of winning. i really can' t afford more than 500 at this time, with the help of family loans.
what if he says 25/month is better for him?
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