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Can you share with me what they are alleging?
Thank you. Yes, if your contractual obligation to pay the dues ended and you never signed anything, agreeing to continue to pay them, then there is no legal basis for them to go after you. The burden is on them, to show and support, with evidence, that the money is owed. If the contract expired and you never signed anything, their lawsuit will fail. If they do turn this over to collections, you have a right to dispute this under the FDCPA and ask them to validate and support the debt or else the collection agency must cease collection efforts.
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