over 6 years ago
so if last payment made was less then 6 years ago .... we would still be required to pay?
He called my husband today and said you still owe and we haven't received payment over 6 years. How are things going? .... and my husband said well we're barely above water these days. He said if you pay I'll drop the interest (INTEREST?). I'm not sure what else he said to him.But I do know the last time I talked to them (YEARS AGO) that I explained we do not have the money to pay back.I do not know the exact date of the last payment. What should I do?
He said I need to talk to my wife. He said he talked and talked and my husband said he was at work and really couldn't say anything anyway since people were sitting around.Plus he doesn't handle any of the payments or arrangements - I do. So he knew he'd have to talk with me first.And since the last time we talked (YEARS AGO) and I told them we don't have any extra money and they agreed and ONLY NOW are calling up for money...... I feel it's wrong as I understood that the agreement was basically void since we had talked and agreed over the phone.Now which way do we go? If I call him (AND SHOULD I SINCE I DON'T KNOW THE ACTUAL LAST CHECK I SENT HIM) and let him know that I felt we had an agreement about not paying anymore and this was a call from out of the blue .............. I guess I'm overwhelmed now :(
ok .... so just wait until he files? What if he starts calling my husband at work?
Thank you for your help
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