Ignoring the debt collector is not a good idea. It may cause the collector to use other methods to collect, like suing you in court.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau states on its website that: “Ignoring or avoiding a debt collector is unlikely to make the debt collector stop contacting you. If you believe you do not owe the debt, you should tell the debt collector.”
You can send the letter yourself, but we don’t recommend it.
You’d have to:
If, despite all this, you really want to send the letter yourself, we make it easy to email yourself a PDF of your letter.
After you send your letter through DebtSettle:
No! Juris is not a law firm or a substitute for the advice of an attorney. Through DebtSettle, Juris provides a self-help service with general information and assistance only. This is the same service financial counselors perform across the country. Juris cannot and does not provide legal advice. What you will write to the debt collector is entirely up to you.
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