Legal Question in Credit and Debt Law in Kansas

I owed back state taxes (KS) and they were turned over to collection with NCO Financial. I called NCO and they offered me, in writing, a settelment for about 80%. I sent them the money within the time limit they required. It has been three monthes and they still have not informed the state that the debt is settled. I have contacted NCO several times and they say there sorry and they will take care of it right away, and yet they have not. Is there any legal action I can file to force them to do there job? I have leins from the state taxes I'm trying to get lifted and can't till they do there job.

Asked on 8/26/13, 5:39 pm

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Anthony Smith LawSmith
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You may contest the liens using your paid compromise settlement as evidence. That. Is, if a release of the liens was a part of the settlement agreement.

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Answered on 8/27/13, 12:55 pm

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