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how do I get in contact with the collections agencies that are on my report?
I would like info on the agencies, so I can call and get them paid.

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contacting collection agency

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How do I contact the collection agency

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Contact for collection agencies

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I need help in contacting the collecting agency for an account on my report

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i need to talk to the collection agency. if you could please give me a phone number to contact them. thank you

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You can Google the collection company and look up the phone number that way. Call them and ask them if they have information on you and find out where the debt was sent from to make sure it is legitimate. 

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