I finally got my paid in full letter and it reads as follows.
Account of: TSV (don't want to put whole name) With: HSBC BANK NEVADA, N.A. Balance: $.64 File No: 250*****-H
This will serve to confirm that the above referenced account has been satified in full.
If you have any questions you may contact us toll free at 1-888-200-6501
Finklestein, Kern, Steinberg & Cunningham
Now my question is, Shannon stated that if it was received on Wednesday, that the balance would be $1581.31, and now they are saying .64 is still owed. How can that be? Of course Shannon is off on Fridays and Ashley stated that the account is marked paid in full and not to worry about it. I know this is a stupid question, but can another collection agency come after me for the .64 still owed? I know it is a crazy question, but want to cover all basis.
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