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April asked in Business & FinanceCredit · 2 months ago

Why did the debt collector remove my debt?

So, I had a debt collector place a judgement on me about a year ago. In September they sent a letter saying they were going to the court to find out who my employer was. Then in January sent me a letter stating they were seeking garnishment. I have been working on fixing my debt for awhile. The attorney they're going through said I could settle for a specified amount to make the garnishment go away and I couldn't. They said I could make payments on the amount before  the garnishment and during. Well, they still haven't started garnishing my wages and I have been making payments on the amount. I checked my credit report today and they removed the debt from my report. Why would they do that? 

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Just take the P out of people in crisis who have bought hand sanitiser and other NHS essential goods from you. LOW LOW LOW. 

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  • 2 months ago

    You must have paid off your debt or at least enough to satisfy the creditor. 

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