How do you pay a collection agency if they have gone out of business.
I have a collection and would ;like to pay it. but the company is out of business. I am unable to contact them by the numbers that are on the collection sheet they sent.
You should NEVER pay a collection agency (If in fact it is a collection agency). Doing so will not help your credit in any way as the original debt has been sold off.
Do some searching online and learn about collection agencies.
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