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Thank you so much for your help. One thing I was also wondering was by her talking to them and telling them that she would have me or herself call back, does that in itself start the statute of limitations over again? She never agreed to an amount, she said she had a concerned voice when she was speaking with him...and by saying she was going to call back perhaps would have given him the impression that she may have been willing to pay all or some of the debt? But did she cause this to start again?
Thank you for all of your help, sir, it is greatly appreciated.
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