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I have an account collections. How do i find out who the CA is so i can pay my balance?

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Check your report here on credit karma... Otherwise just search for free credit reports on the internet to see if you can find it.

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The name of the collection company should be found on your credit reports, then you could do some Google searches from there. It would be odd that they are not sending you bills for the account, maybe they have a wrong address they are sending them to. Make absolutely sure to try to get a "PAY FOR DELETE AGREEMENT" prior to paying this bill because you want the account completely removed from your reports as simply getting it marked as paid does nothing to help your scores. I strongly advise that you do some reading on how to handle collection accounts before you proceed.

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