Once a debt passes beyond the statute of limitation in your state, a debt collector
no longer has the right to sue you for payment. You may still have a moral ...
Apr 20, 2015 ... If the statute of limitation (SOL) has expired, a debt is said to be “time-barred,”
and a creditor or debt collector is not supposed to sue you to ...
That's because debt collectors have a limited number of years — known as the
statute of limitations — to sue you to collect. After that, your unpaid debts are ...
CreditCards.com compiled this state-by-state listing of credit card debt collection
statutes of limitations. Click on a state; more information will appear below the ...
collectors might continue to contact you after the statute
has passed on a debt
. However, you can stop them from calling by sending a letter. Be careful not to acknowledge ownership of the debt
as that can restart the clock on the statute
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If the statute of limitations (the time period in which a creditor must sue you) has
run on an old credit card debt, a collection agency can still contact you and ask ...
Mar 9, 2015 ... If the time limit to sue on the old debt expired under your state's statute of
limitations, that does not mean that a creditor or bill collector must stop ...
Most states have debt collection periods of 3-6 years after the first missed
payment, though some have statutes of limitation as long as 10 years. After that
Jul 23, 2014 ... This often happens when someone interferes with the collector's ability to collect
on the debt. For example, tolling the statute of limitations on ...
Feb 6, 2012 ... Here's the tricky part: All states have statutes of limitation on how long you can be
sued to collect a debt. And after seven years, unpaid debts ...