Accounts Receivable Technologies a debt collector..
If you want them to stop calling just send them the letter below certified mail:
Accounts Receivable Technologies January 31, 2012
One Woodbridge Center
Woodbridge, NJ 07095-1304
Dear Sir or Madam:
This is my formal notice that I am disputing this debt, and requesting immediate validation under Section 809 of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1692g, of the debt from your office.
I am requesting that your office immediately send me a copy of the following documents:
(a) The name, address, and phone number of an employee of the original creditor that can validate the debt.
(b) Proof of who is the current legal owner of the debt, and that you represent the original creditor or debt buyer.
(c) The original signed note, contract, credit agreement, or instrument creating the debt.
I am disputing this debt for the following reasons:
This debt has not been validated. I do not know whether your debt collection company is the legal owner of this debt or not, or if the amounts charged are valid.
This is also my formal notice under 15 U.S.C. § 1692c, to you to cease all further communications with me, my family members, and my associates and all third parties, unless I give you express permission to do so. You have my express permission to mail me the requested validation documents to the address listed below, but I do not give you permission to contact me over the phone, or in any other way except as specifically addressed in this letter.
This letter is not meant in any way to be an acknowledgment that I owe this money.
You will never hear from 98% of them because they can not provide the requested documents.
Caller type: Collection Agency
Company: Accounts Receivable Technologies
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