Sooo, I've had this credit card debt that I've been going to court for over the past few years. I agreed to make payments, miss some every now and then, and have been going back for payment reviews. I missed a couple months payments, and sent a check to make up the difference last month. Then I realized I missed my last payment review date at the beginning of May.
Last week I got a letter from TYS (I think) with the check (endorsed by the lawyers on the back). The letter just said "Please contact the client for information..." No address, name, number, nothing. I've tried calling the lawyer a couple times with no response (answering service takes the call, I get no call back). I'll keep trying to contact them, but anyone have any idea what's up with the weird letter and returned check??
btw, I live in Mass and the lawyer is Harris & Dial...
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