This appears to be from a charged-off credit card BANK ONE, I do NOT recognize.
The Charge-off date appears XX/XX/XXXX.
No Complaint ever filed.
No payment by me was made on this account.
Starting XX/XX/XXXX, I received a Collection Letter from a MA attorney.
My attorney mailed a letter to this attorney, requesting a copy of any Judgment for this issue.
We never received a reply.
Letters continued to arrive from this Collection Attorney. Finally, they seemed to cease.
XX/XX/XXXX/XX/XX/XXXX- I receive another Collection Notice, for same original account, from a different Collection/Debt Buyer. XXXX XXXX XXXX.
My attorney mailed a ‘Cease & Desist ” letter, via USPS Certified Mail.
After this letter, my attorney received a call from the law firm for this Collection Co. Calls back and forth went on for about one month.
I was told these notices would cease.
XX/XX/XXXX- I received another Collection Notice for the same account, from a different Collection/Debt Buyer, Dynamic Recovery Solutions and Accelerated Financial Solutions.
My attorney mailed the same ” Cease & Desist ” letter to these new Collectors, via Certified USPS.
I counted XXXX Collection/Debt Buyers on this account since it states it Charged-off.
My attorney filed a complaint against XXXX, for allowing the account to continue, and against Dynamic ( DRS ) and XXXX ( XXXX ) for not checking any status on this account before proceeding.
In documents with these companies, my complete SS # is reflected. There is n’t any redaction. I am really scared this will continue.
Is there a limit on how often a debt can be bought and sold over time?
This could go on for infinity, and the Debt Buyers/Collection Agencies do not seem concerned.
I do n’t have any assurance my personal information is safe.