Cont’d attempts collect debt not owed

I received a credit card from XXXX. I was XXXX in the space of five years and could not pay what I owed them. Anyway the debt of {$9100.00} went to CACV of Colorado – a collection agency. In the meantime, XXXX XXXX XXXX bought out the original company. A judgment was issued in XXXX against me for this debt by CACV. My medical bills totaled around XXXX dollars so I had no choice but to file bankruptcy. It went through in XXXX of XXXX. My husband died in XXXX XXXX and as a result, I may have to refinance the house. To my utter shock, the judgment was listed against the house which was financed in my husband ‘s name alone. And the total is some {$320000.00}! I believed the debt to be discharged by the bankruptcy especially since both the original creditor XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX and CACV were listed on it. I never heard anything else from XXXX XXXX XXXX but CACV insists that I owe this money – an exorbitant amount considering that the original was far less. I never received any notice whatsoever about any of this – only for the original amount in a letter in XXXX. I never heard from them again.

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