Dispute Letter to Traffic Ticket Collection Agency
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Law Office of Christopher Dort
Got a collections agency claiming you owe them for an old traffic ticket? Hurting your credit?
TrafficCourtPros.com and www.DortLaw.com have teamed up to give you some affordable help - a fully legal NOTICE OF DISPUTED DEBT letter template - written by an experienced Attorney.
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This letter template is designed and written by an Attorney to protect your credit as much as possible against a claim by a traffic ticket Collection Agency while you try to work it out some how with the court or otherwise. Comes with EZ instructions. Just fil out your name, etc, print and mail. Edit as you see fit.
The goal of the letter template is to force the Collections Agency or alleged creditor to either not report the debt on a credit report, or report it as a "disputed debt" to credit reporting agencies.
But also importantly, the letter template is designed to force them to provide verification of their claim such as judgment documents form the court.
The letter lists at least 8 legitimate bases for a dispute of a collection account, and demands that they produce documents including a Certified Copy of any judgment, etc.
Almost everyone with a collections on a traffic ticket problem can use this letter as is, or as a template for their own wording.
A Word formatted version is available upon request. The letter mentions California, but can be used in any county or state with some minor edits. It is specifically addressed as a sample to the most commonly used Traffic Ticket Collections agency "GC Services" (which is a trademark of GC Services, LP) - but you can add a different collection agency such as "AllianceOne" or other as needed.
"I wrote this form to help people prevent collection agencies from lying to them about their rights to dispute a claimed traffic ticket debt. Make them do some work. It's your right!" - Attorney Christopher Dort