Accounts have been assigned to the CA inspite of making payments
Thu, 10/10/2013 17:08
I was forced to stop making payments on the credit card bills due to lack of job. I didn't make payments for nearly 6 months. However, after I got a job, I did start making payments to the credit card company. I have made payments for at least 9 months. The credit card company also has accepted the payments, but they have never sent me any statements. What should I do? In addition to that, the credit card company has sent my account to a collection agency. What the hell. I'm literally pissed off. Please guide me.
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