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When Will a Debt Collector Sue?


Many debt collectors threaten to sue debtors who cannot pay their debts, but few actually follow through with legal action. A debt collector may sue a debtor for several reasons, the most common being:


1. The debtor owes a large amount of money.

2. The debtor has made no effort to pay the debt.

3. The debtor is disputing the debt.

4. The statute of limitations on the debt has expired.

5. The creditor believes that legal action will motivate the debtor to pay.

6. The creditor wants to send a message to other delinquent debtors.

7. The creditor has exhausted all other collections methods.


Rarely does a creditor sue a debtor who is making regular payments on their debt, even if those payments are small.





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