One of the insurance companies pressured me into agreeing to pay them $60,000 at a rate of $50/month. I paid $1,500.00 on that already. Since nothing was signed and notarized, can I still get out of this?
Thank you for the answers! What do we tell these insurance company collection agents when they call ? They're VERY aggressive.
Thanks so much for your help.
I told the insurance companies that I am looking at starting bankruptcy proceedings, and now they are all asking me for my attorney's name so they can verify that I am filing. Not sure what to do next.
Thank you for setting my mind at ease. Always great to hear from a fellow Texan. :) (I'm formerly from Texas, now living here in NY)
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