Monday, October 12, 2015

Can a Debtor Dispute the Debt?

Yes, a debtor can dispute the debt!

To ensure all your rights are protected, our expert bill collectors in Michigan are always available to hear your case and strategize with you. We’re happy to discuss your options!
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According to Michigan law, if your debtor wants to dispute your claim, section 339.918 states:

“(2) If the consumer notifies the collection agency in writing, within 30 days after receiving the written notice, that the debt, or any portion of the debt, is disputed, collection of the debt or any disputed portion of the debt shall cease until the collection agency obtains verification of the debt and a copy of the verification or judgment is mailed to the consumer by the collection agency. Verification of the debt or any disputed portion of the debt shall include the number and amount of previously made payments and the name and address of the original creditor, if different from the current creditor, or a copy of the judgment against the debtor.

(3) The failure of a consumer to dispute the validity of a debt under this section shall not be construed as an admission of liability by the consumer.”

Our bill collectors in Michigan specialize in collection services. When you call the Muller Law Firm, your initial consultation and strategy meeting are free. We don’t think you should have to pay just to be informed of your rights. Do you? We want to make sure you’re well educated and comfortable before we take any further steps.

We can help you with in-state, out of state, and international judgment collections when the debtor’s in Michigan. Contact Michael S. Muller to get in touch with a bill collector in Michigan today! (248) 645-2440