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Complaint Review: LHR Collection - Hamburg New York

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  • Reported By: Jonez — Perkasie Pennsylvania United States of America
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  • LHR Collection 56 Main Street Hamburg, New York United States of America

LHR Collection LHR is trying to collect a settled date from Legacy Visa Hamburg, New York

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In 2010 I settled a debt with Legacy Visa card , the agreement in the settlement was that it would be removed from my credit report once the amount was paid in full.  This did happen.  January 2012 I see LHR on my credit report, I call the company and they say the debt was from Legacy Visa, I told them that this is paid, they asked for a letter showing proof this was paid.  From two years prior? I will start looking up past bank statements.  I guess times are real bad when companies resort with these games.

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AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, May 08, 2012
From two years prior?
- The short answer is YES.  You need to keep ALL of this documentation as long as they can "come back to you".   This is generally the length of the Credit Reporting Period or your State's Statute of Limitation which ever would be longer.

The fact is that just because they removed it from your credit report does not mean that the debt goes away.  So unfortunately without a letter you have no proof that you settled the account.

Now does this mean that you need to pay them?  You need to send them a Debt Validation Letter that basically requires them to "validate" the debt to you.  Until they do that they can not take any other action to attempt to collect the debt.
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