- Report: #304901
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: LHR Inc.
LHR Inc.1 Main Str. Floor Hamburg, New York U.S.A.
LHR Inc. Calling for some kind of collection, yet we have never recieved anything from them by mail. Probable reageing of debt that has been settled. Hamburg New York
Several years ago we had to file a chapter 13 bankruptcy in 2003 due to some IRS problems and debt that stemmed from a poorly written financial settlement in my husbands previous divorce. The settlement did not comply with the some of the IRS codes. Three years ago the bankruptcy was dismissed, and all the debt was settled and paid. We have refinanced our house and bought two cars without any problems since our debt has been paid off. Now, out of the blue LHR is calling.
My husband has decided not to talk with them over the phone and wait to get a letter in writing regarding any debt they claim we might owe. Is this a good idea? When we get something in writing we will write a for a letter of validation and so on. Another concern was the SOL on debt incurred in one state when you reside in another, is the SOL with the state you might have incurred the debt or the current state in which you reside? We moved to another state shortly after marrying.
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