corporate debt collection
I had a company that was incorporated in Arizona in 2000. As of November of this past year I became totally and permanently disabled at 100% from the VA.
I had to close my company and in 2005 the company actually lost money.
I recieved an email and call from a debt collector on behalf of a vendor I was using telling me that I owe 8,200.00 and they are going to sue me and threaten to take my house and everything.
First of all when I did work with this vendor it was when I had the company and the PO I gave them was on behalf of that company.
I am now disabled and only receive money from the VA on a money basic but with my condition I do not need the harrasment.
My personal credit is very good but please advise where I stand on the issue of my old company which has been closed for a few months now
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: corporate debt collection
Dear Mr. Mabeus:
Sounds like you have some possible legal defenses to use if they sue. You need to fight this creditor with an aggresive response from an experienced attorney familiar with debt collection laws. I can help you. Please call my office in Myrtle Beach if you want to set up an appointment.
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