About 27 days ago I sent a request for debt validation to Gerald E. Moore. Today I received a validation of account. Says 15 USC 1692g validation of account, the cover letter says 15 USC 1692g validation of debt and collection activity will now continue of this account.
Well the letter does not say they are authorized to collect in my state. No explanation of how I owe what they say I owe, and i do dispute what they say I owe. No copies of any papers that show I agreed to pay, no license numbers or proof they are a registered agent.
So what should be my next move?? I do NOT want to call them on the phone to be cursed at and treated rudely. Send them another CC/RR letter stating what they left out???
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