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how can i talk to someone about paying something in collections?
i have two things in collections and cant find anyone to contact. there is bo contact number or email so i can tey to pay my debt. and its also hard because i need a low payment to do .

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If you cannot afford to pay it all at once and get a "pay for delete agreement" you may not want to mess with it unless it is still within the "Statute of Limitations to be sued for debt" in your state. Entering into payment agreements with debt collectors is usually not a good idea. As for finding out the debt collectors info, google search the name of the collector on your reports and you will most likely find information about them. Do your homework before you start messing around with collection accounts, there is a ton of info on the internet about how to deal with them.

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