My states Dept. of Revenue has ignored my validation request
Date: Wed, 02/12/2014 17:54
I sent a request for validation to my states DOR on 01/23/14. Last week I missed a call from them but their representive left a message refering to the letter. He asked me to contact him reguarding it.
Yesterday I received a "Final Notice before seziure" letter. They are demanding payment and it seems like ignoring my request for validation. I'm unsure what to do next? Do I dispute the debt?
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